shady


shady

adjective \ˈshā-dē\

: giving or providing shade

: sheltered from the sun's light : having shade

: seeming to be dishonest

shad·i·ershad·i·est

Full Definition of SHADY

1
:  producing or affording shade
2
:  sheltered from the sun's rays
3
a :  of questionable merit :  uncertain, unreliable
b :  disreputable
shad·i·ly \ˈshā-dəl-ē\ adverb
shad·i·ness \ˈshā-dē-nəs\ noun

Examples of SHADY

  1. Their backyard is nice and shady.
  2. I don't trust him. He seems like a pretty shady character.

First Known Use of SHADY

1579

Rhymes with SHADY

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