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roguishly

[ roh-gish ]SEE DEFINITION OF roguishly

Synonyms for roguishly

  • maliciously
  • basely
  • behind one's back
  • crookedly
  • dishonestly
  • dishonorably
  • disloyally
  • faithlessly
  • falseheartedly
  • malevolently
  • perfidiously
  • traitorously
  • treacherously
  • underhandedly
  • unfaithfully
  • unscrupulously
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Antonyms for roguishly

  • honestly
  • truthfully
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROGUISHLY

“Yes, I went to carry my cousin home,” retorted Patricia roguishly.

"You would not say so did you but know what I know," she informed me roguishly.

He pushed the sunbonnet back and patted her roguishly on the head.

She winked at me roguishly, and patted her heavy handbag significantly.

Out of this canopy she looked up at the brawny, serious man, roguishly.

"He doesn't know what he is talking about," she said, roguishly, over her shoulder.

"I saw you on the upper side once," retorted Jack roguishly.

"You wouldn't have that difficulty with Aunt Rachel," said Jack, roguishly.

All at once it opened before her, and in the hall was Lindaberry, roguishly ambushed.

"It will be a sort of love-feast to Captain Maynard," she said, roguishly.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from rogue + -ish. Related: Roguishly; roguishness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ROGUISHLY

falsely

adverbdeceitfully
  • basely
  • behind one's back
  • crookedly
  • dishonestly
  • dishonorably
  • disloyally
  • faithlessly
  • falseheartedly
  • malevolently
  • maliciously
  • perfidiously
  • roguishly
  • traitorously
  • treacherously
  • underhandedly
  • unfaithfully
  • unscrupulously
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.