Oxford Dictionary Word of the Day – Hellion

Its Thursday so time again for the Oxford Dictionary word of the day. For those that missed last weeks post I am taking the Oxford Dictionary word of the day, explaining the meaning and where it comes from, and then using it in a sentence that is somehow related to a sci-fi / fantasy world. The rest is up to you guys, I want you to post your own sentences in the comments field below, the crazier the better. Today’s word of the day is:

Hellion

Noun

Definition:
A rowdy or mischievous person, especially a child.

Origin:
Mid 19th century: perhaps from dialect hallion ‘a worthless fellow’, changed by association with hell

My Sentence:
“The time travelling hellion Kyle Kramer has again angered authorities, this time by travelling back to the First Supper and putting whoopee cushions on all of the chairs.”

Ok now it’s your turn. This one should be easy to make something good.

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