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naughty but nice

Harmful, distasteful, or reprehensible, but still irresistibly enjoyable, attractive, or desirable. (Sometimes hyphenated if used before a noun.) Naughty but nice, this divine chocolate cake certainly won't do your waistline any favors this holiday season. This is one of best naughty-but-nice fast food restaurants in the city.
See also: but, naughty, nice

naughty bits

One's genitals or breasts. Instead of developing any real character or telling something resembling a story, the film is just obsessed with toilet humor and naughty bits.
See also: bit, naughty

naughty bits

the parts of a person's body connected with sexual activity or attraction, especially their genitalia. informal humorous
See also: bit, naughty

naughty but nice

reprehensible but irresistible. informal
The expression, which often carries a sexual innuendo, was popularized in Britain especially as an advertising slogan for cream cakes in the 1970s.
See also: but, naughty, nice

naughty bits

n. genitals; breasts. (From a skit on Monty Python’s Flying Circus, a popular late 1960–1970s BBC comedy series still seen worldwide in reruns.) Those grape smugglers don’t do much for the naughty bits.
See also: bit, naughty
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2--or the naughtily satiric Vertrep figure (clad in red velvet and brocade, eliciting nervous oinks of jealousy from the usually imperturbable Miss Piggy) from the Kijou State Puppetry Theater of the Ukraine.
But her kid and his dog contrive a second cute meet, when Marisa is naughtily decked out in a guest's designer outfit.
In recent years, although much evidence has been published to the Contrary, there is a still prevalent view of Bloomsbury as dilettante, ivory-towered, unserious, and cosily if a little naughtily Home Counties.
The dancing girls knew they were naughtily out of place, and that the party could not last, and that made it all the sweeter.
Ezralow's Read My Hips, which naughtily rotates some costume pieces, and SUPER STRAIGHT is coming down gave a fiercely urban tone to the repertoire, as did Step Out of Love, by Margo Sappington, with its all-female cast.
Acid reindeer grovelled naughtily regardless of asteroids from Pope, the binging hypochondriac, and his half-witted cardiac mime.
Ambulant patients are able to enjoy a breath of fresh air (or, as Nield naughtily suggests, a cigarette) within the building's courtyards.
And that I remember not so much for its story as for the time I was browsing in the bookstore and a high school girl picked up the title, read it aloud, and naughtily observed how dull it was.
Staying the pace are Grange Hearts who pumped life into their title challenge with a 5-2 success over Wallasey Town (Ben Speed and Sean Talbot) thanks to efforts from James Naughtily, Will McFerrin, Stuart Toner, John Williams and Jack Bradley.
uk/news/latest-news/391656/Prince-Harry-upstages-gran-with-photobomb-of-his-own) Daily Star UK reports that the Prince naughtily photobombed a pic at the Commonwealth Games.
Another BCCI official, rather naughtily, saw a link between this reimbursement and the WICB's quick endorsement of the proposals to restructure ICC.
There's something quite naughtily enjoyable about taking a break from work and enjoying quality downtime when everyone else appears to be going about their daily routines.
You also wonder, naughtily, what she's like with water and wine It's your birthday (tomorrow) and Husb tells you to choose something, as he's really busy at work.