unthievish

thievish

[thee-vish]
adjective
1.
given to thieving.
2.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a thief; stealthy: a furtive, thievish look.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English thevisch; see thief, -ish1

thievishly, adverb
thievishness, noun
unthievish, adjective
unthievishly, adverb
unthievishness, noun
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thievish

adjective
given to thievery [syn: thieving
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