You think the New England villages and Colonial houses are so much more cunning than these Middlewestern towns.
Her large face, with its disturbing collection of moles and lone black hairs, wrinkled cunningly.
"You’re a cunning thing," he offered, patting the back of her shoulder in an exploratory manner.
But she had made for Rita Gould an organdy frock and hat to match universally admitted to be "too cunning for words," and the matrons went cautiously, with darting eyes and excessive politeness, to the rooms which Mrs. Swiftwaite had taken in the old Luke Dawson house, on Floral Avenue.
Did you know that Percy Bresnahan, the famous auto manufacturer, came from here and——Yes, I think that a St. Patrick’s Day party would be awfully cunning and original, and yet not too queer or freaky or anything."
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She came up with a cunning scheme to cheat him.
The worst mix — greedy, cunning, and without morals.