Definitions

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  • adjective Similar to a weasel.
  • adjective Similar to that of a weasel; as, a weasellike face
  • adjective figuratively underhanded; shady
  • adverb In the manner of a weasel.

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Examples

  • He had pale weasel-like eyes that remained fixed on me.

    Arcane Circle

  • The eyes, weasel-like and cruel, were looking at him complainingly.

    Chapter 3

  • Mickey was weasel-like, a thin moustache crept across his lip and his eyebrows said more than he ever could.

    Where's Me Dinner Woman?

  • He had pale weasel-like eyes that remained fixed on me.

    Arcane Circle

  • He had pale weasel-like eyes that remained fixed on me.

    Arcane Circle

  • It smacks more of the weasel-like maneuvering of business-as-usual politics, and the rabid conservative movement doesn't strike me as the type of organization to concentrate on something as elitist as "strategy."

    Stuart Connelly: Ideology In Action

  • It smacks more of the weasel-like maneuvering of business-as-usual politics, and the rabid conservative movement doesn't strike me as the type of organization to concentrate on something as elitist as "strategy."

    Stuart Connelly: Ideology in Action

  • I argued ferociously with cops, sneaked weasel-like past barricaded streets, wriggled through terrified crowds, and somehow hustled my way down to the hospital.

    The Beauty of Love

  • Usually, he's the sidekick, the weasel-like foil, the comic relief.

    Marshall Fine: Movie Review: St. John of Las Vegas

  • Usually, he's the sidekick, the weasel-like foil, the comic relief.

    Movie Review: St. John of Las Vegas

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