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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimpishimp‧ish /ˈɪmpɪʃ/ adjective  BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSshowing a lack of respect or seriousness in a way that is amusing rather than bad syn mischievous a little girl with dark hair and an impish grinimpishly adverb
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impishAfterwards, he settled down and relaxed and became a little bit more impish.Flat-chested, narrow-hipped, her fair hair sleek from swimming, she looked like an impish boy.The impish Forrester scribbles pedagogic remarks all over Jamal's unformed jottings and a sparky, mutually nurturing relationship gets going.He wrote tales of plausible galactic empires with impish fun and a fierce belief that scientific knowledge would triumph over ignorance.an impish grinHe was a man with a very impish wit.
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