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  • adj. superlative form of cagy: most cagy.


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  • While diners are just discovering exciting new chefs, the world's cagiest food conglomerates have often already tapped their talents: Givaudan, one of the world's premier flavoring companies, puts top chefs under contract to help identify new food trends.

    What's the Next Big Restaurant?

  • We have to give credit to the young generation of education "reformers" for a political game as dirty as that of the cagiest old veteran hatchet men.

    John Thompson: It Is Time for Charter and Neighborhood School Teachers to Unite

  • “Those were two of the cagiest cats on the planet,” says an admiring Jac Holzman, the founder of Elektra Records.

    Fortune’s Fool

  • But the cagiest of all could be their captain, Shamil Tarpischev, who has a knack for pulling the right tactics out of his bag of Davis Cup tricks.

    Russia could reach into bag of tricks to topple U.S.

  • History has a way of outwitting even the cagiest of leaders, let alone men who are out of their depth.

    Bush, Faith, and the Verdict of History

  • He would have had no tolerance for Lamar except that he was reputed to be a crackerjack trial lawyer, the cagiest, most corruptible criminal attorney money could buy.

    The Witness

  • They could, with the cagiest plaintiffs attorneys work to enjoin all federal funds for the state of New York, the City of New York, the NYPD or all the school districts in NY State over a single lawsuit over a single woman's reproductive requirements.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Does this world, or any part of it, relish the thought of a nuclear-armed Iran led by one of the cagiest and, seemingly, nuttiest people on the planet?

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Sky Bet's Andy Clarke says: I'm anticipating the cagiest game of the season - City are far less adventurous under Mancini and Liverpool much less dangerous without Torres.

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • Mr. McShane, who won a lead actor Golden Globe for the role in 2005, has made a career out of playing the cagiest of cold-blooded men.

    NYT > Home Page


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