Definition of Naughties

1. naughty [n] - See also: naughty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naughties

naturogenic
naturopath
naturopathic
naturopathically
naturopathies
naturopaths
naturopathy
nauch
naucorioid
naufrage
naufragous
naugahyde
naugahydes
naught
naughtier
naughties (current term)
naughtiest
naughtily
naughtiness
naughtinesses
naughtly
naughts
naughty bits
naujakasite
naumachia
naumachiae
naumachias
naumachies

Literary usage of Naughties

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1. Conversations with Children on the Gospels by Amos Bronson Alcott (1837)
"Very likely she thought the "naughties" were creatures ; and many Jewish people thought demons were creatures. I have an old picture in which Jesus is ..."

2. Development of the Child in Later Infancy: Being Part II of The Intellectual by Gabriel Compayré (1902)
"Deaf-mutes do the same ; they will invent, for example, the verb to naughty, and will say Paul naughties, instead of Paul is naughty. ..."

3. Letters of Princess Elizabeth of England: Daughter of King George III. and by Elizabeth, Louisa Swinburne (1898)
"... too bad to write, of the wicked goings-on of some of the fashionable naughties, what can I call them else, enough to make one's hair stand on end. ..."

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