Who was she to have dared speak to them of the evil of their ways, and the bad influence of an ill-behaved family!
He would still have been giving instruction in reading and writing to ill-behaved youngsters.
The ill-behaved charity-boys emulously trying who shall make the hind-legs of his chair squeak the loudest on the stone floor.
The thoughts will come tumbling out like ill-behaved children just let out of school.
But now you know him, and you know, too, how ill-behaved he is!
I never saw such an ill-behaved brute, yet he intended to be most agreeable.
I had to go out and help move them; and I must say they were as ill-behaved a set as I ever had anything to do with.
Felicia became noisy, turbulent, ill-behaved, but without being touched by all that passed over her little soul so near to earth.
What a pity that such an aunt must know that she was an ill-behaved child, a misfortune to her lineage!
Leaving science to unravel this problem, it may be said of the dingo that he is a good-looking but an ill-behaved animal.