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- adj. misbehaving, being mischievous
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Outside, New York’d never have known I’d been up to no good with Mrs. van Cordlant.
"Perhaps I shall just point you in the right direction but then you'd be up to no good — because you fascinate all pretty ladies, big strong man like you heya?"
He came out of his own spinney and saw Occy Phinn up to no good down by the bridge.
Of course, his puffy black Patagonia jacket was totally nonrugged, but the look on his face made me think he was up to no good most of the time.