mischief-maker

[mis-chif-mey-ker]
noun
a person who causes mischief, especially one who stirs up discord, as by talebearing.

Origin:
1700–10

mischief-making, adjective, noun
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Example sentences
She befriends the town mischief-maker and becomes involved in not one, but two bank robberies.
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