deviously

[ UK /dˈiːvɪəsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a devious manner
    he got the promotion by behaving deviously
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How To Use deviously In A Sentence

  • he got the promotion by behaving deviously
  • As his wife, she does one of her practiced turns as a deviously maniacal suburban matron.
  • The latter two are deviously funny as perverts, self-aggrandising but insecure bounty hunters, game-show-host-styled hangmen, and lords and ladies of the depraved aristocracy.
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  • I've said to Ryan, we'll do a tag team thing," Deeley said deviously. Who Made It Into So You Think You Can Dance's Top 10?
  • Both served up a lovely, lurid brew of greed, murder and deviously twisted or mistaken identities.
  • An action calculated to frustrate an opponent or gain an advantage indirectly or deviously; a maneuver.
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