Impish vs Mishevous - What's the difference?

impish | mishevous |




(en adjective)
  • mischievous; of or befitting an imp.
  • * {{quote-book
  • , year=1897 , author=H. G. Wells , title=A Story of the Stone Age , chapter=1 citation , passage=Wild-eyed youngsters they were, with matted hair and little broad-nosed impish faces, covered (as some children are covered even nowadays) with a delicate down of hair.}}
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  • , year=1942 , author=Virginia Woolf , title=The Death of the Moth, and other essays , chapter=20 citation , passage=But the antics of Mr. Moore, though impish and impudent, are, after all, so amusing and so graceful that the governess, it is said, sometimes hides behind a tree to watch.}}


    * (naughtily or annoyingly playful): implike, mischievous, pixilated, prankish, puckish


    Not English

    Mishevous has no English definition. It may be misspelled.