Examples of shady in a Sentence
Their backyard is nice and shady.
I don't trust him. He seems like a pretty shady character.
Recent Examples of shady from the Web
Evidence of the shift is everywhere in the Medicilândia region, where barren pastures have given way to shady plantations of cocoa trees bearing yellow and ruby pods, the fibrous protective coverings for the cocoa beans.
For the past decade, Cohen has been intimately involved in Donald Trump’s (often shady) financial affairs.
All of which is to say that Nader isn’t just your average businessman, or even your average shady character in Trumpworld.
Scandals at Colorado, USC, SMU, Ohio State, Miami, Michigan and Alabama weren’t enough to clue the NCAA and its member institutions into the fact that there was shady business going on in the recruitment and retention of players?
Britain’s Channel 4 News had been investigating Cambridge Analytica entirely separately from the Times and Observer, and revealed just how shady the company actually is.
Equally shady is the company itself and its backers.
He is accused of cutting another allegedly shady deal, this one with the owner of Bezeq, Israel’s main telecommunications company.
There has been a broad culture in the ANC that was conducive to shady deals and personal enrichment.
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First Known Use of shady
SHADY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shady for English Language Learners
: giving or providing shade
: sheltered from the sun's light : having shade
: seeming to be dishonest
SHADY Defined for Kids
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