cagily cagily

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a cagey manner

Usage(s):

  1. The others cagily announced they would use both North Beach and Newark.
  2. That rowdy farce, cagily directed by Tom Shadyac, earned $72 million at the domestic box office.

News

  1. 'Sliders' Snatching Valuables From Cars Across US

    In a new wave of crime that occurs in an instant, thieves are cagily sliding into victim's cars and snatching valuables from open windows, in what police are calling "sliding."
    on August 8, 2013     Source: WDAZ 8 Grand Forks

  2. 'Sliders' Crime Wave Hits Motorists

    In a new wave of crime that occurs in an instant, thieves are cagily sliding into victim’s cars and snatching valuables from open windows, in what police are calling “sliding.” From Corbin, Ky., to Tampa, slippery sliders are being caught on camera all across the...        
    on August 7, 2013     Source: ABC News

Quotes

  1. "He's handled himself so cagily and so well in the transition," Princeton's Wilentz said. "He's shown an ability to learn quickly and change course, which is what you want in a president."
    on Jan 18, 2009 By: Sean Wilentz Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  2. MacKenzie told BBC Radio Nottingham: "Once Mansfield called up and were more positive about offering me something it was an easy decision to make. I was training at Burton last week but their gaffer (Roy McFarland) was playing it a bit cagily."
    on Jan 28, 2009 By: Neil MacKenzie Source: BBC Sport

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