Shady



adjective, shadier, shadiest.
1.
abounding in shade; shaded:
shady paths.
2.
giving shade:
a shady tree.
3.
shadowy; indistinct; spectral.
4.
of dubious character; rather disreputable:
shady dealings.
Idioms
5.
on the shady side of, Informal. beyond (the specified age); more than:
on the shady side of 40.
adjective shadier, shadiest
1.
full of shade; shaded
2.
affording or casting a shade
3.
dim, quiet, or concealed
4.
(informal) dubious or questionable as to honesty or legality

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