To keep himself loose and pliable and imbued with the mischievousness that nourished him, Paul often resorted to practical jokes.
Hence, given the strength of the temptation, the mischievousness of the disposition is as the apparent mischievousness of the act.
He suspected that the chief emotions he inspired were curiosity and mischievousness.
Pranks they seem to us, but we may be sure there is some method in their mischievousness.
But the mischievousness of Utilitarianism does not stop here.
Moreover, the mischievousness of Prince, the mongrel, was really more than Mr. Joseph Stagg thought he was called upon to bear.
Mischievously and mischievousness are also accented on the first syllable.
"She is incapable of it," exclaimed Madam Dowghiello; and they had to explain her niece's mischievousness.
Or again, a mischievousness and mockery would steal into her mood.
The falsity of the first two of these claims and the mischievousness of the last are self-evident.