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
His impish behavior earned him the new name Loki, after the Norse god of mischief.
The program book gave no hint of this bold stroke; nor did Mr. Schiff, who has an impish streak and likes to surprise, say anything from the stage.
Look at the impish, androgynous sexuality Prince exudes.
His cheeks were red on somewhat pale skin, and his smile often impish.
Though the actors don’t play instruments (leaving that in the superlative hands of Robert Reddrick and his band), both Jordan and Miller show us the impish crowd-pleasing genius of the man who brought the duckwalk to rock.
This franchise brings a boyish, impish energy to the teen apocalypse genre.
The franchise brings a boyish, impish energy to the teen apocalypse genre.
At the Fondazione Prada, the impish artist Francesco Vezzoli curated an ingenious history of Italian public television of the 1970s, mixing shimmying showgirls with footage of feminist protests and the murder of a prime minister.
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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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