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- adv. With cunning, cleverly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a cunning manner; with cunning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Skilfully; cleverly; artistically.
- Shrewdly; wisely.
- Artfully; craftily; with subtlety; with fraudulent contrivance.
- Prettily; attractively; piquantly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an artful manner
- adv. in an attractive manner
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They wafted into stores around November, and as their title cunningly suggested, were aimed at the super-rich who spent their winters sailing round tiny islands in humongous boats.
As the title cunningly implies this piece is taken from a test loop prior to Robert's appearance at The Kitchen Video Arts Center in New York, February 5th 1978.
Nothing in this, nor yet the next world, would tempt a Coast Indian into the compact centres of the wild portions of the park, for therein, concealed cunningly, is the "lure" they all believe in.
There was a phrase cunningly introduced and ambiguously worded, which seemed to mean that he had come by his wound in her cause.
I think we should all try to sneak a cunningly folded piece of paper into the book so that what he actually puts his name to is a document saying:
As Huxley would explain, these sources exchange arguments founded "upon the best available evidence fully and honestly set forth" for strings of half-truths, catch phrases, and scapegoats that "cunningly" associate "the lowest passions with the highest ideals."
There was a freshness and vivacity in his enjoyment of his supper which was pleasing to Cornelia for several reasons: it was evidently very far from being affected, was consequently indirectly complimentary to her, and showed a certain boyishness in him which contrasted very agreeably, or, as Cornelia would have said, "cunningly," with his mature and intellectual aspect.
The garden was a miniature domain, twenty feet square, that somehow cunningly seduced the eye into a sense and seeming of illimitable vastness.
It was a tissue of falsehood cunningly interwoven with truth.
They reassured him countless times; but he could not believe them, and pried cunningly about the lazarette to see with his own eyes.