Sinônimos de sly
roguishHis lips were spread in a sly smile.
She had a roguish grin.
a slightly amused, arch expression
You naughty boy, you gave me such a fright.
She rocks back and forth on her chair like a mischievous child.
She has a delightfully wicked sense of humour.
He is known for his impish sense of humour.
secretive and skilled at deceptionHe is devious, sly and manipulative.
He's a cunning, devious, good-for-nothing so-and-so.
a cold, scheming villain
She tracked down the other woman by devious means.
the secret man behind the masks
He is a subtle character, you know.
They could encounter some tricky political manoeuvring.
He made a series of astute business decisions.
He is an experienced and wily old statesman.
They focus on overt racism rather than insidious aspects of racism.
That crafty old devil had taken us all for a ride.
artful, , ,
the smiles and artifices of someone subtly artful
the Machiavellian and devious way decisions were made
He had a shifty face and previous convictions.
He had wary, foxy eyes.
The Prime Minister had been involved in underhand financial deals.
(of a person's remarks or gestures) indicating that he or she knows something of which other people may be unawareThey were giving each other sly looks across the room.
I was heading on a secret mission that made my flesh crawl.
a furtive glance over her shoulder
They had several surreptitious conversations.
It was a stealthy sound made by someone anxious not to be heard.
They have been supplying covert military aid to the rebels.
They are said to have been holding clandestine meetings for years.
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in the sense of arch
coyly playfula slightly amused, arch expression
in the sense of artful
cunningthe smiles and artifices of someone subtly artful
in the sense of astute
quick to notice or understandHe made a series of astute business decisions.
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