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a.1.Of or like a scamp; knavish; as, scampish conduct.
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But the almost scampish cheerfulness he displayed on the campaign trail in 2010 and in the first days of the coalition was back within days of the Scots deciding to stay.
wonderfully scampish about there was something wonderfully scampish about the cute manner in which Rodriguez assessed the space around him before turning into Rodriguez.
Watford are much more used to this formation and their wingbacks, the scampish Ikechi Anya in particularly, threatened how Blues have to.