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waggish

wag·gish

waggish

 
 
pronunciation:
wae gihsh
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: characteristic of or resembling a wag.
His roommate was a waggish person whom he usually found amusing, but not on this occasion when he'd found his shoelaces tied together.
similar words:
droll, dry, sly, witty
definition 2: characterized by waggery.
His waggish quips made him a popular guest at dinner parties.Those two are always up to some waggish trick or other.
similar words:
droll, witty
derivations: waggishly (adv.), waggishness (n.)