adjective, naugh·ti·er, naugh·ti·est.
Related formsnaugh·ti·ly, adverbnaugh·ti·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for naughtier
Naughtier still, sister Jane has been known to dabble in Democratic politics.Turning Spotlight on Mitt Romney Siblings Could Help Humanize GOP Nominee|Michelle Cottle|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To which my husband—at that time a teasing schoolboy—retorted, "One is naughtier than another."Six Women and the Invasion|Gabrielle Yerta
She was angered by him; she was in the mood to make herself seem all the rougher, fiercer, naughtier, and more callous.Under Two Flags|Ouida [Louise de la Ramee]
He was very much ashamed of himself, and felt all the naughtier; as little boys do when they have done wrong and won't say so.The Water-Babies|Charles Kingsley