Devilish and Mischievous


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Devilish adjective – Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.
Usage example: a devilish grin that told us he was up to something

Mischievous is a synonym for devilish. In some cases you can use "Mischievous" instead an adjective "Devilish".
Nearby Words: devil, devilishly
Synonyms for Devilish


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Mischievous adjective – Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.
Usage example: the children had been so mischievous that we had to pay the babysitter extra and then clean up the mess

Devilish is a synonym for mischievous. You can use "Devilish" instead an adjective "Mischievous".
Synonyms for Mischievous

Things that words describes

attitude devilish attitude mischievous attitude
character devilish character mischievous character
look devilish look mischievous look
nature devilish nature mischievous nature
Other nouns: creature, personality, bastard, smile, grin, glee, creatures.

Both words in one sentence

  • Music / AOA The dance unit vs AOA Black, where the dance unit carry the more sensual and occasionally sweet image while the band sports the more devilish and mischievous look.
    Source: Music / AOA
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