Mischievous; impish: a puckish grin; puckish wit. (adjective)
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Use "puckish" in a sentence
"Mr. Galentine was quieter, but possessed what the couple's longtime neighbor described as a puckish sense of humor."
"Dianne Feinstein described Reid's sense of humor as "puckish" and Cantwell said that one of the downsides of having Al Franken as a colleague is that the men in the caucus try to out-funny the funny man."
"GREENFIELD: Joe Lieberman does have a kind of puckish sense of humor."