Sinônimos de underhand
sly, deceitful, and secretiveThe Prime Minister had been involved in underhand financial deals.
He is devious, sly and manipulative.
I was heading on a secret mission that made my flesh crawl.
She might expose his crooked business deals to the authorities.
She tracked down the other woman by devious means.
One kid can generally tell when another kid is sneaky.
fraudulent claims about being a nurse
He had become rich by dishonest means.
Her worst fault is a strongly deceptive streak.
They are said to have been holding clandestine meetings for years.
These kids are being exploited by very unscrupulous people.
That crafty old devil had taken us all for a ride.
I thought it was unethical for doctors to operate upon family members.
a furtive glance over her shoulder
The ambassador called the report deceitful and misleading.
They had several surreptitious conversations.
It was a stealthy sound made by someone anxious not to be heard.
below the belt (informal),
Do you think it's a bit below the belt, what they're doing?
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in the sense of below the belt
unscrupulous or cowardlyDo you think it's a bit below the belt, what they're doing?
in the sense of clandestine
secret and concealedThey are said to have been holding clandestine meetings for years.
in the sense of crafty
skilled in deceptionThat crafty old devil had taken us all for a ride.
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