Synonyms of mischief in English:

mischief


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See UK English definition of mischief

See Spanish definition of daño

noun

1‘the boys are always getting up to mischief’

SYNONYMS
naughtiness, badness, bad behaviour, misbehaviour, mischievousness, misconduct, misdemeanour, perversity, disobedience, pranks, tricks, larks, capers, nonsense, roguery, devilry, funny business
diablerie
informal monkey business, shenanigans, goings-on, hanky-panky
British informal carry-on, carryings-on, jiggery-pokery, monkey tricks
archaic deviltry
ANTONYMS

good behaviour

2‘he could see mischief in her eyes’

SYNONYMS
impishness, roguishness, devilment
rare rascality
ANTONYMS

solemnity

3‘be careful, or you'll do yourself a mischief’

SYNONYMS
harm, hurt, an injury
impairment, damage, detriment, ill, trouble