Noun(1) reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others(2) the quality or nature of being harmful or evil
(1) So this division has caused a great deal of mischief , a great deal of harm, a great deal of sorrow.(2) Pranks and mischief began to be played out to represent the mischievous behaviour attributed to witches and the fairies.(3) It could fairly be stated that, in his time, Stewart at least peeked into a couple of life's darker corners, but with mischief more than malice.(4) They are both six years old and are always up to mischief .(5) she'll make sure Danny doesn't get into mischief(6) If they aren't out on the streets then they can't be up to mischief can they?(7) He leaned towards Christopher, a glimmer of mischief sparkling in his blue eyes.(8) She stared blankly ahead and spoke in a voice devoid of her usual devilish mischief .(9) Abby smirked, pure mischief dancing in her eyes.(10) You can find some harmless mischief to get yourself into, can't you?(11) Otherwise, in solving this case, we might create mischief for many, many other provisions.(12) As a girl quietly in love, there is mischief in her graces, grace in her mischief .(13) her eyes twinkled with irrepressible mischief(14) ├ö├ç├┐We are determined to starve this small number of localised extremists from being able to carry out their mischief ,├ö├ç├û he said.(15) But, like anyone with too much fun time on his or her hands, it was also easier to get into mischief .(16) The former group are intent on making mischief , the latter on making meaning out of an event which still has none.
(1) malicious mischief :: фасод шубҳанок
3. maleficence ::
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