Definition of Slyish

1. somewhat sly [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slyish

slutting
sluttish
sluttishly
sluttishness
sluttishnesses
slutty
sly
sly-boot
sly-boots
sly as a fox
sly fox
slyboot
slyboots
slyer
slyest
slyish (current term)
slyke
slyly
slyness
slynesses
slype
slypes
smFRET
smac 25
smack
smack-dab
smack dab
smack of
smack up
smackable

Literary usage of Slyish

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1. Rambles Among the Blue-noses, Or, Reminiscences of a Tour Through New by Andrew Learmont Spedon (1863)
"The young green widow now com«3 out, As if to take the air ; And casts a slyish eye about,— But, oh ! young man, beware. The lounging wit with wistful eye ..."

2. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"Ip- , , FINOT, TE, adj. slyish; waggish. C'est un finot, he is a slyboots. FIOLE, »./.vial; bottle. ..."

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