Behavior that creates discomfiture or annoyance an additional.
An inclination or habit of play pranks or trigger embarrassment.
the one that triggers minor trouble or disturbance: the little one had been a mischief in school.
Damage, destruction, or damage due to a particular individual or thing: The broken screen was the mischief of vandals.
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Harm or evil brought on by a real estate agent or brought about by a certain cause.
One who causes mischief. In a milder good sense, a person who causes petty annoyances. mischief-maker.
Vexatious or irritating conduct.
Harm; damage; esp., disarrangement of purchase; trouble or vexation brought on by human company or by some living being, deliberately or perhaps not; frequently, calamity, mishap; insignificant evil brought on by thoughtlessness, or in sport.
Cause of trouble or vexation; trouble.
A harmful or troublesome occasion, scenario, or contingency; an action or event went to with evil or vexation; an annoying, aggravating, or hurtful condition or condition of things; misfortune; disaster: used with much latitude of application: as, some body is making mischief; the mischief is that he cannot hold his mood.
The work, condition, program, or personality of causing annoyance, difficulty, or damage; vexatious or damaging procedure or tendency; the working of harm or tragedy: since, the clouds bode mischief; exactly what mischief is he up to now? usually used in a kindly or playful feeling, and for affectionate reason: because, the chap is full of mischief, however vicious.
person who or whatever does damage or causes injury or vexation; a source of difficulty or irritation: as, that child is a mischief.
Annoyance, injury, or harm caused or created; harm; harm: as, to do mischief; irremediable mischief: today never ever found in the plural.
The devil. [Colloq.]
Synonyms harm, Harm, etc. See damage.
reckless or malicious behavior which causes discomfort or irritation in other people