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arch2 mischievous or sly.
crafty having or using sly or cunning shrewdness.
filch to steal (usu. something of slight value) in a sly manner; pilfer.
furtive done with or characterized by stealth; surreptitious; sly. [1/2 definitions]
insinuation a sly hint or suggestion, esp. a derogatory or malicious one. [1/2 definitions]
leer a sly or suggestive look or smile. [1/2 definitions]
slier a comparative of sly.
sliest a superlative of sly.
sneak to move, put, bring, or take in a furtive or sly manner. [1/4 definitions]
snicker to laugh in a sly, partly suppressed way. [2/3 definitions]
subtle cunning, sly, or insidious. [1/4 definitions]
vulpine sly, cunning, or clever. [1/2 definitions]
weasel a sneaky or sly person. [1/4 definitions]
wriggle to extricate or insinuate oneself by subtle or sly means (usu. fol. by "into" or "out of"). [1/6 definitions]