Definition of naughtiness in English:

naughtiness

Pronunciation /ˈnôdēnis/ /ˈnɔdinɪs/

Translate naughtiness into Spanish

noun

See naughty

‘She has the knack of bringing out the naughtiness in people…’
  • ‘There's an awful lot of rude words in it, a lot of swearing, a lot of naughtiness.’
  • ‘He had a very highly developed sense of humour and naughtiness.’
  • ‘Although I've been naughty it's a very small naughtiness, and perfectly understandable when you consider the circumstances.’
  • ‘It's a full moon, we're overlooking the sea below, the cicadas are clicking away; the perfect spot for some holiday naughtiness.’
  • ‘He has obviously got a sense of humour, and his naughtiness makes me laugh.’
  • ‘I can recall blaming a sibling for all sorts of naughtiness when I was younger.’
  • ‘Amid the nudity and naughtiness is a disturbing, serious look at power and corruption.’