low cunning

Definition of low cunning

chiefly British

  1. :  clever but morally bad and dishonest methods He succeeded through a combination of charm and low cunning.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  moo

  1. :  the deep sustained sound characteristic especially of a cow

  1. :  having a small upward extension or elevation

    :  situated or passing little above a reference line, point, or plane

    :  having a low-cut neckline

  1. :  something that is low: such as

    :  depth

    :  a region of low barometric pressure

  1. :  flame, blaze

  1. :  flame, blaze

  1. :  dexterous or crafty in the use of special resources (as skill or knowledge) or in attaining an end

    :  displaying keen insight

    :  characterized by wiliness and trickery

  1. :  knowledge, learning

    :  magic art

    :  dexterous skill and subtlety (as in inventing, devising, or executing)

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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