guilefully

guileful

[gahyl-fuhl]
adjective
insidiously cunning; artfully deceptive; wily.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see guile, -ful

guilefully, adverb
guilefulness, noun
unguileful, adjective
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guile (ɡaɪl)
 
n
clever or crafty character or behaviour
 
[C18: from Old French guile, of Germanic origin; see wile]
 
'guileful
 
adj
 
'guilefully
 
adv
 
'guilefulness
 
n

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