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1. Edmund looked up with an impish grin.
2. Gillespie is well known for his impish sense of humour.
3. At seventy, he still retains his impish grin.
4. He takes an impish delight in shocking the press.
5. He was a man with a very impish wit.
6. An impish teenager neglected by her mother, she fell in love with the theatre at an early age.
7. Classmates found him impish and approachable one day, icy in his dignity the next.
8. He wrote tales of plausible galactic empires with impish fun and a fierce belief that scientific knowledge would triumph over ignorance.
9. The impish Forrester scribbles pedagogic remarks all over Jamal's unformed jottings and a sparky, mutually nurturing relationship gets going.
10. Impish eyes peered from the doorway.
11. Thanks to them,(http://sentencedict.com) the laboratory-cum-home of these impish African Grey parrots looks as if a miniature tornado has blown through.
12. Impish and given to easy chuckling, Dan feels most at home when teaching his students one - on - one .
13. Cracky, an impish and mischievous inventor, has created a badge, which can bestow life on objects.
14. His inquisitive and often impish brown eyes mirrored an understanding of everything verbal.
15. Afterwards, he settled down and relaxed and became a little bit more impish.
16. Forman gives us a version of Flynt as an impish, natural man, the Bart Simpson of the adult publishing world.
17. Unfortunately, Reg Holdsworth is getting a bit too romantic the bespectacled romeo should get back to his impish, eccentric ways.
18. Flat-chested, narrow-hipped, her fair hair sleek from swimming, she looked like an impish boy.
19. While John and Cheryl spoke, Tim's learner's permit was passedaround the table. on the face of the card, everyone could see T-im's impish, smiling countenance.
20. She was 24, and wore a traditional white gown. Phil, who was then 66, and marrying for the third time, opted for a straw-coloured wig, teamed with a black silk shirt, dark suit, and an impish smile.
21. This ironical sequence of things angered him like an impish trick from a fellow - creature.