Origin of rascally
Examples from the Web for rascally
“Christopher is irreverent and funny and rascally,” he said.
But Twain is the Peter Pan of American literature, the rascally lost boy who never gets old.
She suffers like that, then, over a rascally fellow not worth a single tear.Cleek, the Master Detective|Thomas W. Hanshew
Bodmilcar was his name; and a rascally set of scamps he brought.The Adventures of Captain Mago|Lon Cahun
He's a rascally clerk in the office, and precious useful, I dare swear.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
Both men laughed heartily, as if Kelly's rascally act had been the most amusing thing in the world.The Girl Aviators' Motor Butterfly|Margaret Burnham
On our way up he gave me a brief account of how he had got his cousins out of that rascally governors yamen.With the Allies to Pekin|George Alfred Henty