cunningly cunningly

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in an attractive manner
  2. (adv) in an artful manner

Usage(s):

  1. As a matter of fact the work of enlarging the Executive Offices had been done so cunningly that it would take a sharp eye to detect the changes from the outside.
  2. This too was accomplished cunningly.
  3. A Handful of Dust is a cunningly contrived cinema of cold wit, tender humor, impersonal satire, shameless, but effective hokum.

News

  1. Will Rogers would certainly be proud

    The most likely candidate for the self-service award (as opposed to the public service award), if there were such a thing, would have to be John Kerry, his closest competition being Bill Clinton, who rather cunningly rose from a net worth of minus zero in
    on August 25, 2013     Source: Sheboygan Press

  2. How stolen Dutch art fooled even Sotheby's expert eyes

    A cunningly disguised stolen work by Dutch contemporary artist Jan Schoonhoven managed to fool experts at the world's largest art broker Sotheby's, who auctioned it in late June for nearly $300,000.
    on August 24, 2013     Source: AFP via Yahoo! News

  3. This stolen art somehow ended up at a respected auction house

    THE HAGUE — A cunningly disguised stolen work by Dutch contemporary artist Jan Schoonhoven managed to fool experts at the world's largest art broker, Sotheby's, who auctioned it in late
    on August 24, 2013     Source: Denver Post

Quotes

  1. "These new drugs cause a double problem," said Costa. "First, they are being developed at a much faster rate than regulatory norms and law enforcement can keep up. Second, their marketing is cunningly clever, as they are custom-manufactured...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Antonio Source: Southeast European Times

  2. "We are deeply indebted to our brothers and sisters in SADC for their solidarity with us in the face of sustained manipulation and arm-twisting manoeuvres cunningly being spearheaded by Britain," Mugabe said.
    on Dec 4, 2007 By: Robert Mugabe Source: Reuters South Africa

  3. "Miss Gibson is over a very cunningly wrought barrel, and I can only hope to loosen a few of its staves with one lone opinion," Marble said in an open letter to American Lawn Tennis Magazine on July 1, 1950.
    on Aug 25, 2007 By: Alice Marble Source: The State

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