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Definition of the noun naughtiness
What does naughtiness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: naughtinesses
- an attribute of mischievous children
- example: I like her all the better for her naughtiness.
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of naughtiness: badness / mischievousness
- more generic word: disobedience = the trait of being unwilling to obey
- more specific words: prankishness / roguishness / rascality = the trait of indulging in disreputable pranks
Alternative definition of the noun naughtiness
- [uncountable] the state of being naughty
- [countable] a naughty act
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The Lancet Clinic (1915)
by Charles H Castle
Naughtiness is the fault of the parent always. It merely connotes the expression of the child's energies otherwise denied outlet. Tm: CHANNELLING or ENERGIES. Hence, the channelling of that energy is an important principle to remember.
by Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner
Sin, Vice, & Naughtiness See also ALCOHOL & DRINKING; EPITAPHS & GRAVESTONES (Preston Sturges); EVIL; PLEASURE & HEDONISM; SEX; TEMPTATION. 1 Where there's marriage without love, there will be love without marriage.
by Sidney L. Landau
delinquency, fault, indiscretion, trespass, offense, naughtiness, rudeness, impertinence. miscalculate v. mistake, err, misjudge, miscompute, misinterpret, miscount, blunder, miss, confuse, misconceive, misconstrue, misgauge. miscarriage n.
Persian-English Dictionary (1993)
by S. Haim
Naughtiness. _ £»□»* J- To have ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
mischief, naughtiness, -valtalnen a. mischievous, naughty, -val- talsniiN s. mischievousness, naughtiness. llkliI s. villain, wretch. llkku s. scorn, sneer, scoff, derision, mock, mockery, ridicule. -lnen a. scornful ...
by James Hastings
NAUGHT, NAUGHTY, NAUGHTINESS — The Eng. word ' naught ' is formed from the Anglo- Saxon na, not, and loiht, a whit, a thing. At an early stage, perhaps under the influence of the verb ' ought," the spelling ' nought ' came in. Then the ...
With Topical Index by W. E. Vine, Merrill Unger
1:21, KJV, “naughtiness”; (b) “the evil of trouble, affliction,” Matt.
by Elizabeth Jewell
an misbehavior naughtiness, badness, misconduct, delinquency. misc. abbr. miscellaneous. mis»car*riage /miskarij/ n. 1 spontaneous ...
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It appears that the authorities are discussing some of the finer points.
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- Chocolate naughtiness
The food both Traditional Polish and more modern western delights are all delicious
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- Posture - when innocence meets naughtiness
This is a face one gets to see when innocence meets naughtiness...a Lemur wondering whats on its paw and at the same time inquisitive at its audience.
Taken at the Paignton Zoo, Devon, England.
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Scrabble value of N1A1U1G2H4T1I1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 11-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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