Rocket teamed up with the Incredible Hulk to overthrow Judson Jakes, a devious mole.
They did not strike her as calculating or devious; maybe a bit hapless.
Many of those who voted for President Clinton, Bork averred, did so because they were rooked by devious liberal lies.
However, some devious businessmen decide to add something really nasty to their wines.
“I love college football,” she tells me with a devious grin.
I made my escape the next morning through the stable back of the house, and then, by devious dark and winding ways, to the office.
He might approach the subject by these devious ways, he told himself.
But the ways of heredity are devious, and not every gentleman's son is to the manor born.
Perplexed by his devious ramble, he was more at fault than ever.
This grew to a steady downfall as the open towards Chingford station was approached at last, after devious winding in the Forest.
1590s, "out of the way," from Latin devius "out of the way, remote, off the main road," from de via (see deviate). Originally in the Latin literal sense; figurative sense of "deceitful" is first recorded 1630s. Related: Deviously; deviousness. Figurative senses of the Latin word were "retired, sequestered, wandering in the byways, foolish, inconsistent."