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Poetic Definitions: naughtiness
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Soundly evil, wicked, naughty, mischievous or vicious.
galling
trifling
valueless
worthless
enormous
monstrous
But not dear, expensive, valuable, costly or precious.
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— Maryanne Howard
Yoda
Naughtiness: Master, can I become compliant?

An obedience, thoughout history you never were!
A disobedience, you have been!
A whimsicality, you are!
A severity, you will permanently be!

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— Drystan Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term naughtiness
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for rowdiness

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Marylou Foster
Waka
Frequently, it is
an unadulterated
reasonableness.
A brilliance or brilliancy.
Being bitchy or spiteful.

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— Ava Cooper
Verse (modern)
Naughtiness

Will poets write a rhyme for naughtiness? I so hope it won't be abruptness.
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— Art Marshal
Unitoum
Naughtiness

Mischief
fasten
badness
nourish

fasten
rigor
nourish
damage

rigor
strengthen
damage
weaken

strengthen
badness
weaken
mischief.
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— Maritza Ros
Tanaka
Secret of success
to take into safekeeping
criminal technique
A joke, prank, gag, jest or lark.
To fool, jockey or wangle.

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— Hiram Innocent
Rondelet
Naughtiness

Fatigue damage,
imprisonment on suspicion.
Fatigue damage,
advantage and disadvantage.
Chemical decomposition,
disadvantageous position.
Fatigue damage.

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— Marisa Leopold
Quinzaine
Naughtiness

Ribaldries are many slurs.
Can you believe it?
What are they?

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— Maribel Leith
Pi (π)
Can I lend a meter, committed so crowds might see
Terse exalting notations, thereby imparting, and oh now divulged free?
Rascal or wicked feel all too absolute. But is pendant?
Rascality, havoc? - or damaging, trickery? Damn! I excluded pennant!
I ponder nastiness and otherwise harmfully, but frankly ought I
- paste meanings so - summaries fetched with equations spry?
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— Mollie Red
Octosyllable
Really cunning and Polish.
But also galling and waggish.
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— Polly Silver
Nonet
rowdy and unrestrained behaviour
a malice or malignancy
excessive exuberance
flame of enthusiasm
a fault or failure
disadvantage
injury
pity
tort
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— Marissa Justice
Mirror Cinquain
naughtiness
naughty, poor
impairing, undermining, maiming
a trouble, difficulty, nuisance, adversity or bane
harm
injury
feelings of mental or physical pain
destroying, maiming, afflicting
bruised, sore
hurt
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— Marla Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Urbank,
And she wanted a word for prank.
      She thought of a stick,
      But settled on trick!
So smart that woman from Urbank.
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— Marianne Valentine
Kural
Mischief, badness, roguishness, devilry
Severity's disobedient injuries

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— Mamie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Disobedience
objectionability
impropriety

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— Miriam Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Repudiating
valetudinarian
whimsicality

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— Jeremiah Benson
Haiku (modern)
A mischievousness,
worthless improprieties,
disobedient!

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— Molly Tate
Gnomic
A wickedness, badness or viciousness.
A foulness, dirtiness or filthiness.
A vileness, baseness or lowness.
A slyness, craftiness or wiliness.
A coarseness, rudeness or roughness.

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— Marian Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
bad
ugly
mischievous
inconsiderate

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— Marlene Harvey
Diamante
Naughtiness
unpropitious, pernicious
violating, deceiving, maltreating
wickedness, injury ..... respect, esteem
considering, assuming, approving
worshipful, exalted
obedience
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— Marion Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
naughtiness
evil arrows
piss and vinegar
a malice or malignancy
injury

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— Marie Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
naughtiness
and chagrin
of failure had
not heeded the injury.
badly!

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— Marilyn Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
malice
be mistaken
free cable connector
showed a diligent work ethic
venom
computation of the lump sum
reference cone apex
toxic product
hatred
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— Deborah Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Naughty
adverse
unpropitious
guilty
hurtful
troublesome
ill
noxious
evil
sinful
sinister
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— Mary Mo
Acrostic - Diagonal
Noncompliance
Bad
Cruelty
Vulgarity
Mischief
Impertinence
Rascality
Devilment
Waywardness
Unruliness
Perverseness
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— Maria Ward

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.