So mischief-maker Lisa came up with someone: an attractive Brit with wispy white hair, named Martin.
He is a lawbreaker, a mischief-maker, and sooner or later will be in jail, and possibly may be brought to the gallows.
The chief among his playmates, he became the mischief-maker of the place.
“Loki, the mischief-maker, running through creation—” Gunnar muttered.
He called the Blue-jay, the mischief-maker of the woods, and told him what to do.
Another snapped his fingers, saying the man was not only a fool, but a mischief-maker.
The mischief-maker of India and Greece had one and the same name.
She perceived that Martine had been the mischief-maker, and for the moment she was indignant with her friend.
I can scarcely withhold myself from flying at the eyes of this mischief-maker.
"Good evening, you mischief-maker," replied the Man-in-the-Moon.