Definition of mischievousness in English:

mischievousness

Pronunciation /ˈmisCHivəsnəs/ /ˈmɪstʃɪvəsnəs/

noun

See mischievous

‘We grew up together and I knew him to be a smart, funny and outgoing guy - though oftentimes very troubled, with a streak of mischievousness.’
  • ‘According to Prince Charles, the Queen Mother had an ‘utterly irresistible mischievousness of spirit’; ‘she saw the funny side and we laughed until we cried’.’
  • ‘Yes, the children are naughty too, as one would expect all over the world I guess, yet here I find that children are still children expressing nothing more than an innocent and adventurous mischievousness!’
  • ‘Enjoying the implied mischievousness of Ireland's decision to present a play which, sadly, remains controversial in some quarters, the actress is full of praise for the director.’
  • ‘He was a great guy, and full of mischievousness.’