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  • adv. In a naughty manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a naughty manner; wickedly; perversely.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • . Poorly; indifferently.
  • Wickedly; corruptly; dishonorably; immorally.
  • Perversely; mischievously: improperly: said especially of children.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a disobedient or naughty way


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naughty +‎ -ly


  • There is something naughtily alluring now about these young women who don't need to spend a second fretting over that scourge of the contemporary female: work/life balance.

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  • One day, he writes, I got overexcited and naughtily bit Picasso.

    A Royal Romp For the Little People

  • Or, as Liggett naughtily notes, a rider is "dancing on the pedals in a most immodest way."

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  • Republican men say they don't want sex--until they are caught doing it really naughtily.

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  • Katja's was thick and blonde, its waves caressing her naked back as she walked in front of me to our room, close enough to reach out and touch, and while no one could notice I drank in as much of her as I could like a boy naughtily carousing his father's alcoholic beverage while his back is turned.

    Potsdamer Strasse #3

  • Almost as nutty: Actor Gabriel Macht—remember that beautiful and naughtily grinning "modelizer" on "Sex and the City"?

    Hollow Points and Cream Puffs

  • Meanwhile, rather naughtily, the effects team for the movie, the Brothers Strause, are facing a possible lawsuit for using effects they designed for Battle: Los Angeles in their own LA-invasion schlock-buster Skyline.

    LA gets blown up once again in Battle: Los Angeles

  • Early-music veterans Paul Agnew (a soothing Dieu du Sommeil) and Bernard Deletré (a funny, bibulous River Sangar) made vivid contributions, as did Nicolas Rivenq as Célénus; Marc Mauillon and Sophie Daneman as Sangaride's dueting confidants, who naughtily urge her to choose love over duty; and the incisive Ingrid Perruche as Mélisse, Cybèle's disapproving confidante, who thinks the goddess is slumming by falling in love with a mortal.

    The Sad Tale It Tells Is Myth; Its Joys, Real

  • Last week, I had a four day trip, away on my own and naughtily I decided to indulge.

    All Things Girl » All Things Girl » 2008 » April

  • With each step, she was naughtily aware of her new Aubade lace brassiere and matching tanga with its corseted waist.

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