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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.

    The Great California Game

  • "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?"

    Noble House

  • He came out of his own spinney and saw Occy Phinn up to no good down by the bridge.

    Scales of Justice

  • 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.

    Kiss It


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