Fault and Mischief


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Fault noun – A defect in character.
Mischief and fault are semantically related in misconduct topic. In some cases you can use "Mischief" instead a noun "Fault".
Nearby Words: faulty, faultless, faulted, faulting, faultily
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Mischief noun – Playful, reckless behavior that is not intended to cause serious harm.
Fault and mischief are semantically related in trouble topic. Sometimes you can use "Fault" instead a noun "Mischief", if it concerns topics such as misconduct.
Synonyms for Mischief

How words are described

good good fault good mischief
long long fault long mischief
usual usual fault usual mischief
real real fault real mischief
Other adjectives: serious, little, slight, innocent, traditional, minor, further, greater, greatest.
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