adjective, naugh·ti·er, naugh·ti·est.
Related formsnaugh·ti·ly, adverbnaugh·ti·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for naughtily
And it is not true, is it, that you naughtily assaulted a gentleman of the Court?Sir Ludar|Talbot Baines Reed
"It seems to me that you'd better read this yourself," she said, naughtily.Mr. Prohack|E. Arnold Bennett
You naughtily implied something of that kind just when you were running away from me.George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3)|George Eliot
But we shant, whispered Mollie, naughtily to Barbara, under cover of general conversation.The Automobile Girls at Palm Beach|Laura Dent Crane
And I am sure he has fallen in love with you,” returned Phillis, naughtily, “for he talked to no one else.Not Like Other Girls|Rosa N. Carey