shadily

shadily [shā′də lē]
adv.
in a shady manner

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See shady.

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  • shadily — [shā′də lē] adv. in a shady manner …   English World dictionary

  • shadily — adverb see shady …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shadily — adverb In a shady manner, particularly used in the sense of untrustworthy …   Wiktionary

  • shadily — adv. dubiously, suspiciously, disreputably; indistinctly, obscurely …   English contemporary dictionary

  • shadily — shad·i·ly …   English syllables

  • shadily — ˈshādə̇lē, li adverb : in a shady manner * * * shāˈdily adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑shade …   Useful english dictionary

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  • shady — adjective (shadier; est) Date: 1579 1. producing or affording shade 2. sheltered from the sun s rays 3. a. of questionable merit ; uncertain, unreliable b. disreputable • shadily adverb • shadiness …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Malay Archipelago — This article is about the large island group. For the book, see The Malay Archipelago. Malay Archipelago World map highlighting Malay Archipelago. New Guinea not part of the Malay Archipelago by some definitions is also included. Geography… …   Wikipedia

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