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waggish

adjective wag·gish \ˈwa-gish\

: silly and playful

Full Definition of WAGGISH

1
:  resembling or characteristic of a wag <a waggish friend> <a waggish prose style>
2
:  done or made in waggery or for sport :  humorous <waggish spoofs of popular songs>
wag·gish·ly adverb
wag·gish·ness noun

Examples of WAGGISH

  1. <a waggish disposition that often got him into trouble as a child>

First Known Use of WAGGISH

1589

Rhymes with WAGGISH

WAGGISHLY Defined for Kids

waggish

adjective wag·gish \ˈwa-gish\

Definition of WAGGISH for Kids

:  showing or done in a spirit of harmless mischief

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