in an or roguish manner.
“La voila,” said he, archly, as he pointed with his thumb to the wooden effigy of Liberty above his head.
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 1. No 1, June 1850 Various
“He won’t suffer for it, I’ll be bound,” said Mrs. Bradshaw, archly.
Ship’s Company, The Entire Collection W.W. Jacobs
The glance was so archly sweet that Drew felt it was more than a reward.
Whispering Wires Henry Leverage
“He means that you are always looking at him, my dear,” says her mother, archly.
The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. W. M. Thackeray
He came, though not till the promised title had been granted, and he could call Betty archly ‘My Lady.’
A Group of Noble Dames Thomas Hardy
“Didn’t I hear ye sayin’ suthin’ about refreshments,” she said archly.
Openings in the Old Trail Bret Harte
When Saya archly remained with the women of the tribe, he considered that she avoided him.
The Forgotten Planet Murray Leinster
She stepped through it and archly looked back at him, still in the room.
Secret Service Cyrus Townsend Brady
She shot this look so archly, yet so strong, that the arrow wounded him a very little as it glanced off.
The Entailed Hat George Alfred Townsend
“There’s but one way of clearing it, your worship,” said the Master, archly.
Jack Sheppard, Vol. I (of III) W. Harrison Ainsworth
roguishness; sauciness. Historical Examples Her archness was not bold nor unwomanly, and her vivacity was well within the bounds of refinement and good taste. Famous Prima Donnas Lewis Clinton Strang There came an archness into her look that inflamed me the more. The Crossing Winston Churchill We realized all the mingled coquetry and feeling and […]
a higher magistrate in ancient Athens. any ruler. Historical Examples Some of these archons might dye before the end of the ten years, and the remainder of the ten years be supplied by a new archon. The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended Isaac Newton Oils, as I am a Christian, and close to the very […]
noun the protoplasmic material surrounding the centrosome, formerly thought to be involved in the formation of the asters and spindle during mitosis
any reptile of the subclass Archosauria, including the dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and crocodilians and characterized by two pairs of openings in the temporal region of the skull. archosaur (är’kə-sôr’) Any of various mostly reptilian animals of the subclass Archosauria. Archosaurs are diapsids that began to evolve in the late Permian Period, and are characterized by skulls […]