Examples of impish in a Sentence
the gang of impish children ran into the street, utterly oblivious to the traffic
Recent Examples of impish from the Web
The most brazen recent example came from Kanye West, who has been hard at work to position himself as an impish referee of national discord.
An impish, energetic 50-year-old with a round face, oval glasses, and a steely wit, Mulvaney gives the impression of a man who revels in being the embodiment of liberals’ worst nightmare.
Thoma, a compact, bald fellow with an impish smile, also buys all the wine for the restaurant.
The trailer for the novel presents the story in all of its brightly colored glory, with the Fab Four appearing as impish dandies and the frames filled to overflowing with Easter eggs that will delight the band's fans.
McKinnon was a standout in the opening sketch as an impish Rudy Giuliani, lawyer to Trump.
With movie star good looks and the impish spirit of a character actor, Alessandro Nivola has spent the past decade proving himself an ensemble’s best secret weapon.
The person sitting across from me on my computer screen was impish.
His impish behavior earned him the new name Loki, after the Norse god of mischief.
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IMPISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impish for English Language Learners
: having or showing a playful desire to cause trouble : playful and mischievous
IMPISH Defined for Kids
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