Why, Piter, where could I find another Mentat with your cunning and venom?
For when youth and beauty have gone, she will find that the place-between, once occupied by tension, has become a wellspring of cunning and resourcefulness.
"A man of devilish cunning, my Lord," Hawat said.
He felt a soft breeze from an air duct, saw the outlet cunningly hidden in a pattern of hangings directly ahead of him.
I am here to walk the sand, to lure a maker and mount him by my own cunning that I may be a Fremen entire.
And they were so devilishly cunning of late.
It annoyed Gurney, the cunning and adroitness in battle of these natives.
"They held back knives concealed in cunning pockets within their stillsuits," the lieutenant said.
If it’s a flip-dart, Paul thought, it’s a cunning one.
At the apex of their sway over the affairs of the Universe, their swordsmanship was said to match that of the Ginaz tenth level and their cunning abilities at in-fighting were reputed to approach those of a Bene Gesserit adept.
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She came up with a cunning scheme to cheat him.
The worst mix — greedy, cunning, and without morals.