The danger and naughtiness that the weekend allows for and that we all hoped he'd bring over to week nights?
A quick Google search for political sex scandals will lead you to pages of naughtiness, Republican and Democratic alike.
For them, novelty and naughtiness were the ultimate aphrodisiacs.
Johnny, her little companion in naughtiness, escaped without so much as a sore throat; but he suffered in another way.
And somehow you knew it wasn't your naughtiness that made her cry.
Of course Martha thought it was naughtiness, and not misfortune—so you must not blame her.
Fancy Mary Gladstone forgiving me even that second naughtiness!
She clung to him like a child wearied with its own naughtiness.
The second "naughtiness" will be found in "Arrows of the Chace," Vol.
But, on the evening to which I have referred, I was a good boy having expended my naughtiness during the day.
late 14c., naugti "needy, having nothing," from Old English nawiht (see naught) + -y (2). Sense of "wicked, evil, morally wrong" is attested from 1520s; specific meaning "sexually promiscuous" is from 1869. The more tame main modern sense of "disobedient" (especially of children) is attested from 1630s. Related: Naughtily; naughtiness. A woman of bad character c.1530-1750 might be called a naughty pack (also sometimes of men and later of children).