My little bit of devilment was duly reported to the management.
My dear Ned, I'm no prude, but there's always some devilment in the blood in these cases.
She says that colored people are naturally religious and that they learned all their "devilment" from the Whites.
Surely you do not suspect her of having a hand in the devilment?
They called him the Nestor of the Irish turf, and he did deeds of daring and devilment in every corner of the world.
I think there was a good deal of devilment in the things she did.
There's blaguards will be lending them money, and teachin' them extravagance, just out of devilment, I believe.
But nearly every religion has accounted for all the devilment in this world by the crime of woman.
"Pretty much what he always was doing,—mischief and devilment," said the Knight, half angrily.
There was no more revelry or devilment left in his audience.