One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Drinking coffee at night still seems naughtily bohemian in this city, and there's an undercurrent of guilty complicity in the air.’
- ‘Lynn winks naughtily at him, and Clark's smile broadens.’
- ‘A pair of boys were already naughtily climbing the apple tree, disturbing a couple who lay dreamingly under it.’
- ‘Many girls had managed to remove their skates and were dancing naughtily to the hip-hop.’
- ‘Kitty ignored her grandfather's displeasure and giggled naughtily.’
- ‘‘You're right,’ Aidan agreed and smiled rather naughtily.’
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