rascally

adjective ras·cal·ly \ ˈra-skə-lē \
Updated on: 29 Dec 2017

Definition of rascally

: of or characteristic of a rascal

rascally

adverb

Examples of rascally in a Sentence

  1. those rascally boys had let all of the lab mice out of their cages

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