Sly



adjective, slyer or slier, slyest or sliest.
1.
cunning or wily:
sly as a fox.
2.
stealthy, insidious, or secret.
3.
playfully artful, mischievous, or roguish:
sly humor.
Idioms
4.
on the sly, secretly; furtively:
a tryst on the sly.
adjective slyer, slyest, slier, sliest
1.
crafty; artful: a sly dodge
2.
insidious; furtive: a sly manner
3.
playfully mischievous; roguish: sly humour
noun
4.
on the sly, in a secretive manner
see: on the sly

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