He is left alone with the gentleman in the office, who sits at a table with account-books before him and some sheets of paper blotted with hosts of figures and drawings of cunning shapes.
The cunning of Mr. Bucket’s eye and the masterly manner in which he contrived, without a look or a word against which his watchful auditor could protest, to let us know that he stated the case according to previous agreement and could say much more of Mr. Smallweed if he thought it advisable, deprived us of any merit in quite understanding him.
No, no, no, sir," remonstrates Grandfather Smallweed, cunningly rubbing his spare legs.
"Let us then, my brother, in a spirit of love," says Mr. Chadband with a cunning eye, "proceed unto it.
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She came up with a cunning scheme to cheat him.
The worst mix — greedy, cunning, and without morals.