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- adv. In a shrewd manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a shrewd manner.
- (b ) Mischievously; injuriously; maliciously; ill.
- Sharply; keenly; severely.
- Astutely; in a discerning or discriminating manner; sagaciously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a shrewd manner
Granted, that "if Obama acts shrewdly" is a loophole big enough to drive a car into a ditch through.
A clever police captain shrewdly detects the motive behind the crime and is able to penetrate the group, trap the killer, and obtain his confession.
*** As we walked homeward, Scott being a little fatigued, laid his left hand on Toms shoulder, and leaned heavily for support, chatting to his Sunday pony, as he called the affectionate fellow, just as freely as with the rest of the party; and Tom put-in his word shrewdly and manfully, and grinned and grunted whenever the joke chanced to be within his apprehension.
These messages were sealed, and protected shrewdly from the weather, and I was to deliver them to the whale-ships of the Arctic, ice-bound by the great Mackenzie.
These messages were sealed, and protected shrewdly from the weather, and I was to deliver them to the whale-ships of the Arctic, ice-bound by the great
"the infected" (a euphemism shrewdly referenced in posters in the background of certain scenes in this movie).
Western Cape premier Hernus Kriel has "shrewdly" reshuffled his cabinet, according to a Cape Times report released before his official announcement on the forthcoming changes.
He’s what you might call shrewdly inattentive, an approach that’s allowed him to carry on with the life he wants.
He may have dropped the cloak, "shrewdly," and some friend found it and returned it to the Chevalier.
But is "shrewdly", which has connotations of dishonesty, the best term here?