rakishly


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Related to rakishly: practicable, exasperated, unequivocally
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Adv.1.rakishly - in a rakish manner; "she wore her hat rakishly at an angle"
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rakishly

[ˈreɪkɪʃlɪ] ADV (of hat etc) → echado al lado

rakishly

advflott, verwegen; behaveverwegen; …, he said rakishly…, sagte er verwegen
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If this expressive article of dress was drawn low upon the forehead, it was a sign that hard work was going on, in exciting moments it was pushed rakishly askew, and when despair seized the author it was plucked wholly off, and cast upon the floor, and cast upon the floor.
Some wore them tipped rakishly to one side--these were your men of humor, jolly, free-and-easy dogs; some had them jammed independently down over their noses--these were your hard characters, thorough men, who, when they wore their hats, wanted to wear them, and to wear them just as they had a mind to; there were those who had them set far over back--wide-awake men, who wanted a clear prospect; while careless men, who did not know, or care, how their hats sat, had them shaking about in all directions.
I imagine it is locked up in one of these things," went on Blunt, pointing towards the end of the studio where amongst the monumental presses of dark oak lurked the shy dummy which had worn the stiff robes of the Byzantine Empress and the amazing hat of the "Girl," rakishly.
The mantel's chastely severe outline was ingloriously veiled behind some pert drapery drawn rakishly askew like the sashes of the Amazonian ballet.
Thrust under the molding were photographs of young men and women, and of picnic groups wherein the young men, with hats rakishly on the backs of their heads, encircled the girls with their arms.
Bumble took his hat from a peg, and putting it on, rather rakishly, on one side, as a man might, who felt he had asserted his superiority in a becoming manner, thrust his hands into his pockets, and sauntered towards the door, with much ease and waggishness depicted in his whole appearance.
Once home to the rich French plantation owners who settled in Louisiana centuries ago, with French street signs still surviving at many intersections, its rakishly distressed buildings and iconic ironwork balconies are, in fact, of Spanish design.
The new Fabia looks rakishly sporty, sitting flatter and wider with a rear spoiler and nifty little radio antenna.
David Walton stars as rakishly charming man-child Will Freeman in NBC's About a Boy--based on the Nick Hornby novel that was made into a Hugh Grant movie--which returns October 14 for a second season.
Batiste had said he did not want to have people looking down at him at his funeral, so at his service, at Charbonnet's funeral home, Batiste stood with his hands on his walking cane, derby tipped rakishly to one side.
These manage to be rakishly charming and sleekly gentlemanly, especially in muted browns and greens.
It is a funky little car with its own distinctive personality - a cute little snub nose, a wide rear end for lots of booty shaking at traffic that gets in its way and a radio antenna perched rakishly on the roof.