On the other hand, as William F. Buckley shrewdly observed, there was always a lot of sham and play-acting with Vidal.
In many ways, Jack appears to be a player, shrewdly attentive to details other men might overlook.
Back in November, SNL shrewdly skewered its diversity problem with its Kerry Washington-hosted outing.
There is the brief insert of a little black girl strutting in time to a drum solo so shrewdly sampled on the soundtrack.
She notes that the global financial system has shrewdly come up with ways to help children spend money.
As he shrewdly remarked, if he consented to withdraw his motion it could not be revived.
"Gimme a cigarette 'nd I'll tell you," bargains Tracey shrewdly.
Once she shrewdly wondered why he had not made some errand down.
She shrewdly suspected some "bit of trickery," as she phrased it.
But it was shrewdly suspected that he needed but a chance to indulge in a diet of rabbit.
c.1300, "wicked, evil," from shrewe "wicked man" (see shrew). Cf. crabbed from crab (n.), dogged from dog (n.), wicked from witch (n.). The sense of "cunning" is first recorded 1510s. Related: Shrewdly; shrewdness. Strutt's "Sports and Pastimes of the People of England" (1801) has a shrewdness of apes for a company or group of them. Shrewdie "cunning person" is from 1916.