noun ras·cal·i·ty \ra-ˈska-lə-tē\
plural ras·cal·i·ties

Definition of RASCALITY

:  rabble
a :  the character or actions of a rascal :  knavery
b :  a rascally act

Examples of RASCALITY

  1. <switching the entrance and exits signs in the school parking lot may seem like harmless rascality, if you're not the one involved in an accident>

First Known Use of RASCALITY

circa 1577


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