waggishly

ADVERB
  1. in a waggish manner
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How To Use waggishly In A Sentence

  • Heyer was never taken seriously by her contemporary critics "waggishly frolicsome, pertly paced", but "Regency Buck" and most of her other novels are still in print. A Sweet Spot in Literary History
  • He called the cleverest of his children, and bade it affix to his breech-cloth a plantain-leaf, dog's-tail-wise, and waggishly. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858
  • Our Rector has often "chaffed" this worthy gentleman on his midnight adventure, saying, waggishly, "there was more in it than met the eye. Pickwickian Studies
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