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Sly; tricky; cunning
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  1. Sly; tricky; cunning
  2. Uncommunicative; unwilling or hesitant to give information.
  3. Careful not to get caught or fooled
Subject to change
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  1. Subject to change
  2. (Figuratively, by extension) Evasive; difficult to pin down.
  3. Of a surface, having low friction, often due to being covered in a non-viscous liquid, and therefore hard to grip, hard to stand on without falling, etc.
Smoothly gracious or polite; polished; blandly ingratiating; urbane
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  1. Smoothly gracious or polite; polished; blandly ingratiating; urbane
  2. Courteous and elegant; gracious and sophisticated.
Smooth and shiny; glossy, as a highly polished surface, well-kept hair or fur, etc.
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  1. Smooth and shiny; glossy, as a highly polished surface, well-kept hair or fur, etc.
  2. Highly fashionable, or stylish; elegant
  3. Having a smooth, elegant contour
Smooth and plausible; specious
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  1. Smooth and plausible; specious
  2. Having a smooth, shiny appearance or finish
  3. Having a smooth, shiny, lustrous surface:
Sexually stimulating; salacious:
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  1. Sexually stimulating; salacious:
  2. Full of or displaying sexual desire:
  3. Having a slippery or smooth quality:
Causing or tending to cause sliding or slipping:
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  1. Causing or tending to cause sliding or slipping:
  2. Of a surface, having low friction, often due to being covered in a non-viscous liquid, and therefore hard to grip, hard to stand on without falling, etc.
  3. (Figuratively, by extension) Evasive; difficult to pin down.
Like or characterized by a slither
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  1. Like or characterized by a slither
  2. Slippery
  1. Dexterous, deft or skillful
  2. Skillful in a physical or mental way; clever; expert
  3. Quick and skillful in body or mind; deft.
Exhibiting ingenuity or imagination; creative or artful:
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  1. Exhibiting ingenuity or imagination; creative or artful:
  2. Quick in thinking or learning; intelligent, ingenious, quick-witted, witty, facile, etc.
  3. Handsome, convenient, nice, etc.
Quick and skillful; adroit.
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  1. Quick and skillful; adroit.
  2. Skillful in a quick, sure, and easy way; dexterous
Having or showing mental skill
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  1. Having or showing mental skill
  2. Done with dexterity:
  3. Having or showing skill in the use of the hands or body
Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy:
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  1. Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy:
  2. Arrived at or presented without due care, effort, or examination; superficial:
  3. Acting, working, or done easily, or in a quick, smooth way; fluent; ready
Capable of making simple repairs to a house, an automobile, electrical appliances, etc.
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  1. Capable of making simple repairs to a house, an automobile, electrical appliances, etc.
  2. Readily accessible or convenient in location:
  3. Easily or effectively used; convenient or useful:
Mentally quick; quick-witted; alert
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  1. Mentally quick; quick-witted; alert
  2. Quick, light, or agile in movement or action; deft:
  3. Quick, clever, and acute in devising or understanding:
Having or showing a clever or shrewd mind; cunning; crafty; wily
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  1. Having or showing a clever or shrewd mind; cunning; crafty; wily
  2. Having or showing shrewdness and discernment, especially with respect to one's own concerns.
(Brit., Dial.) Good; nice; fine
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  1. (Brit., Dial.) Good; nice; fine
  2. (Northumbrian) Very or much.
  3. Knowing, shrewd, astute.
Suggestive of secret or private knowledge:
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  1. Suggestive of secret or private knowledge:
  2. Implying shrewd understanding or possession of secret or inside information
  3. Shrewd or showing clever awareness.
Having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear-sighted.
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  1. Having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear-sighted.
  2. (Archaic) Having keen vision
  3. Having keen judgment or understanding; acutely perceptive
  1. Artful, tricky or cunning
  2. (Obs.) Evil, bad, wicked, mischievous, shrewish, etc.
  3. Artful, cunning, wily, etc. in one's dealings with others
Impertinent; insolent:
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  1. Impertinent; insolent:
  2. Capable of making adjustments that resemble those resulting from human decisions, chiefly by means of electronic sensors and computer technology:
  3. Amusingly clever; witty:
Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious:
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  1. Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious:
  2. Having or showing good judgment; sagacious; prudent
  3. (Slang) Annoyingly self-assured, knowing, conceited, etc.
(Informal) Shrewd or discerning
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  1. (Informal) Shrewd or discerning
  2. Well informed and perceptive; shrewd:
  3. Knowledgeable or proficient. Often used in combination:
Acting, working, or done easily, or in a quick, smooth way; fluent; ready
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  1. Acting, working, or done easily, or in a quick, smooth way; fluent; ready
  2. Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy:
  3. Working, acting, or done with ease and fluency:
Speaking or spoken in a smooth, fluent, easy manner, often in a way that is too smooth and easy to be convincing
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  1. Speaking or spoken in a smooth, fluent, easy manner, often in a way that is too smooth and easy to be convincing
  2. Given to or characterized by fluency of speech or writing that often suggests insincerity, superficiality, or a lack of concern:
  3. Done in a smooth, offhand fashion
Smooth-spoken, esp. in a plausible or flattering way
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  1. Smooth-spoken, esp. in a plausible or flattering way
  2. Speaking or spoken in an artfully suave manner; ingratiating.
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