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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpuckishpuck‧ish /ˈpʌkɪʃ/ adjective [usually before noun] literary  JOKEshowing that you are amused by other people, and like to make jokes about them a puckish grinpuckishly adverb
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puckishBut the smile is puckish indeed, and breaks through the formality of the posture often.But I have puckish news for you.Basil Rocke had a very puckish sense of humour and wryness which veiled a deep kindliness.For all his genius, Fermi had a decidedly puckish side.
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