devious

[ dee-vee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF devious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVIOUS

In arriving at this decision her mind traveled a number of devious roads.

We will go by devious ways, and so, I hope, will reach Sherwood in safety.

I have approached by the most devious and undiscovered paths.

He might approach the subject by these devious ways, he told himself.

Perplexed by his devious ramble, he was more at fault than ever.

They returned to the carriage by devious paths; when they were in, she said, "But couldn't you get it renewed?"

And to that devious course the Government had already been driven.

From afar, scared groups of men and women watched his devious progress.

The walks meandered about in the most winding and devious ways.

Some of the ways were devious and not suitable for publicity.

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