full of mischief

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But if you are going to call the Winged Monkeys we must run away, for they are full of mischief and think it great fun to plague us.
Perhaps some of us were rather too full of mischief at times, flying down to pull the tails of the animals that had no wings, chasing birds, and throwing nuts at the people who walked in the forest.
They are so full of mischief to-night, I like to see them," said Tom, after idly wondering for a minute if she knew how long and curly her lashes were.
These bands were in full march, equipped for war, and evidently full of mischief.
Arthur is himself again, as lusty and reckless, as light of heart and head as ever, and as restless and hard to amuse as a spoilt child, and almost as full of mischief too, especially when wet weather keeps him within doors.
And he went down upon his knees, with a penitent clasping of hands, and a face full of mischief, mirth, and triumph.
The BBC worker said: "I've known Reevel for years and, while he's full of mischief, he's never inappropriate.
The 51-year-old told the Sunday Mirror: "She's a little imp and full of mischief, just like James was.
The Telegraph had this to say about the production "Thea Sharrock's enchanting production… is full of mischief and sexual attraction.
He was a larger than life character, who was always smiling, and always full of mischief.
Penny is a bundle of fun, cheeky and full of mischief.