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  • adv. in a cheating manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a cheating manner.


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cheating +‎ -ly


  • I would think a cheatingly easy way to deal with the english in the future way, would be to write a past scenario in which English is a dead language.

    "And the bone shall never heal. I care not if you kneel."

  • The spirit of sports implies to take a sport as a sport, not as a war -- do not play cheatingly, follow the rules of the game.

    Spirit of sports

  • I'm afraid, "he added, for so evident was it that most of her fellow-creatures had dealt cheatingly with her that decent people felt a special obligation to treat her honestly," my grandmother was an O'Connor, but she was half French.

    The Judge

  • Surely, in short, Pompey shouldn't be allowed to win this Cup with this cheatingly-acquired team?

    The Guardian World News

  • A village approached from different ends is two villages; the north side of a house has an entirely different character from the south; and most of the views, vistas, prospects or whatever is the right name for the phenomena which on certain motoring maps are indicated by a little spreading blue fan – most of these are entirely one-way affairs, invisible on the opposite journey or only to be seen, cheatingly, by means of a deliberate contortion of the neck.

    Try Anything Twice


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