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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmischief-makerˈmischief-ˌmaker noun [countable]  BAD PERSONsomeone who deliberately causes trouble or quarrels syn stirrer
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mischief-makerI had always been a mischief-maker through and through, in full command of my impulses and desires.She clasped her hands in a prayerful attitude, the gesture of a headmistress or a nun dismissing a mischief-maker.
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