full of the devil meaning
- [American idiom]
always making mischief. (Informal. Old Nick is another name for the devil.)
• Tom is a lot of fun, but he's sure full of the devil.
• I've never seen a child get into so much mischief He's really full of Old Nick.
always making mischief.
Little Chuckie is sure full of the devil.
Toward the end of the school year, the kids are always full of Old Nick.
- "Young & Full of the Devil " was the last release by the band on Au Go Go Records.
- "He was a fun person, full of the devil, " she said, " and the devil got him ."
- April 1998 saw the release of " Young & Full of the Devil ", which failed to reach the top 50 ., stalling at No . 98.
- My grandparents were sober, hard-working, no-nonsense types, but their son _ my father _ is full of the devil when it comes to playing jokes.
- While a bright student, she often misbehaved; one of her teachers described her as " a darling child, the prettiest little girl, very clever, very artistic, and full of the devil ".