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- adv. In an underhanded manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an underhand manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an underhand manner; secretly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. slyly and secretly
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"underhandedly" trying to negotiate with another union, the
To the right, the attempts to link legitimate opposition to the administration as extremist violence, is an attempt to underhandedly quiet opposition voices without having to debate it.
I've encountered this a lot too, but mostly whenever I have crazy coloured hair, something about it makes people think you're open game for conversation ALL THE TIME and don't mind being underhandedly complimented: "did you stay in the pool too long? looks like you used the wrong shampoo".
Looking back over the past few years, just try to name a single business that hasn't underhandedly shrunk its products without alerting consumers.
For such a large and underhandedly influential company, it's surprising that they have managed to stay in the shadows for so long.
Mahmud Abbas has returned to the bygone days of doublespeak, when Yasser Arafat declared the PLO charter "null and void", all the while underhandedly encouraging various and diverse terrorist attacks.
They never give up is right and they do things underhandedly.
Alfred Brand had arrived in the world of his many-times great-grandfather three years before the transfer, and, except for a short diversion to court and marry Maggie Brand, had focused single-mindedly and often underhandedly on finding his relation and stopping the transfer.
“You see,” the Huntsman continued, “I would face you man to … well, dog, but why take the chance when I can take you down underhandedly?”
Or -- like my fellow All Opinions Are Local blogger Peter Galuszka -- criticizing the governor for supposedly using the commission to underhandedly push his conservative views into every nook and cranny of government.