Impish and Wicked


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Impish adjective – Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.
Usage example: the gang of impish children ran into the street, utterly oblivious to the traffic

Wicked is a synonym for impish in mischievous topic. In some cases you can use "Wicked" instead the word "Impish" as an adjective or a noun. popular alternative
Nearby Word: impishly
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Wicked adjective – Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.
Usage example: a wicked grin on his face when he said that

Impish is a synonym for wicked in corrupt topic. You can use "Impish" instead an adjective "Wicked", if it concerns topics such as mischievous. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wickedness, wickedly, wicker, wick
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Things that words describes

nature impish nature wicked nature
creature impish creature wicked creature
way impish way wicked way
figure impish figure wicked figure
Other nouns: smile, doctor, grin, creatures, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / AdventureQuest The prefix descriptor of the TwEbil line of guests go from 'Bad' to 'Troublesome' to 'Impish' to 'Wicked' to 'Naughty' to 'Rascally'... but the highest-level variant is TwEbil KinEbil.
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