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weaselly

adjective wea·sel·ly \ˈwēz-lē, ˈwē-zə-\

Simple Definition of weaselly

  • : not direct and honest

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of weaselly

  1. :  resembling or suggestive of a weasel

Examples of weaselly in a sentence

  1. He's a weaselly, conniving thief.



1838

First Known Use of weaselly

1838

Variants of weaselly

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weasely

play \ˈwēz-lē, ˈwē-zə-\

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