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Take the DIY approach and get crafty with family and friends. The Sun (2016)There are crafty ways and means of being thrifty at university. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So get crafty and spook your neighbourhood! Times, Sunday Times (2012)My top tip this week is to make the day personal by getting crafty. The Sun (2015)Instead, save cash this summer by getting crafty instead. The Sun (2016)Some software gurus deem it to be a crafty way of getting people locked in to proprietary systems that will become more costly over time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)HERE'S a crafty little deal. The Sun (2015)It was a crafty plan. Christianity Today (2000)An office worker was also caught having a crafty cigarette by a No Smoking sign. The Sun (2009)Instead, try following the lead of the Olympians of yesteryear and get crafty with items already in your house. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They were a teacher's only refuge: a place to let off steam or have a crafty cigarette between lessons. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: crafty ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as crafty, you mean that they achieve what they want in a clever way, often by deceiving people.
...a crafty, lying character who enjoys plotting against others.
Definition of crafty from the Collins English Dictionary
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