rascally

[ras-kuh-lee]
adjective
1.
being, characteristic of, or befitting a rascal.
adverb
2.
in a rascally manner.

Origin:
1590–1600; rascal + -ly

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rascally (ˈrɑːskəlɪ)
 
adj
1.  dishonest or mean; base
2.  archaic (esp of places) wretchedly unpleasant; miserable
 
adv
3.  in a dishonest or mean fashion

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Example sentences
The rascally, holy-terror side of her personality has no better vehicle.
The farmers of the lower end should take vigorous measures te check these rascally depredations.
He was ruled off by the trotting people, and then took himself and his rascally practices to the running tracks.
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