If the little scamp tries anything, I'll be on his throat in a second, as will these guards around here.
In that way, it's more noble than a lot of these kinds of movies: you can make an honest man out of a scamp without making him less of a man.
Everything he's been through, no matter what life throws at him, he's still a little scamp , who loves his family and behaves like any other intelligent, sometimes naughty boy.
some little scamp stuffed tissue paper in between the hammer and the bell
that man was a scamp, a damn thief
A young scamp in the comments box gently chided me for the fact that none of my favourites were recorded later than the 1980's.
He tells us when he has a hangover, and he swears a lot, the scamp .
My son is such a scamp for not telling me beforehand that you were coming over to dine with us tonight!
He's a bit of a charming scamp , a perfect fit for the exuberant, free-wheeling '60s.
He met Ingrid Bergman in Paris in 1945, inviting her out to dinner with a typically scampish note.