It's not just Santa who knows whether you've been naughty or nice – so does the National Security Agency.
Since then, naughty pols are as likely as not to face the cameras solo.
Ad In 2005, Paris put her naughty girl reputation to perfect use: making money.
This week Apple removed thousands of naughty iPhone apps from its store, claiming they were inappropriate.
The reader encounters "little poison-pen Gobby," a naughty boy who keeps on writing bare-faced lies.
She also used some naughty words when she did so, which I will not repeat.
When children are naughty, and will not be drest, Pray, what do you think is the way?
Aren't you going to tell Connie that Charlie was a naughty boy?
O grandma, will you forgive us for being so naughty yesterday?
What a naughty girl you were to take Deborah, when she was not invited.
late 14c., naugti "needy, having nothing," from Old English nawiht (see naught) + -y (2). Sense of "wicked, evil, morally wrong" is attested from 1520s; specific meaning "sexually promiscuous" is from 1869. The more tame main modern sense of "disobedient" (especially of children) is attested from 1630s. Related: Naughtily; naughtiness. A woman of bad character c.1530-1750 might be called a naughty pack (also sometimes of men and later of children).