wilily


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wi·ly

 (wī′lē)
adj. wi·li·er, wi·li·est
Full of wiles; cunning.

wil′i·ly adv.
wil′i·ness n.

wilily

(ˈwaɪlɪlɪ)
adv
in a wily or cunning manner, slyly
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Wilily views red Burgundy as the most versatile pinot noir on the table.
Worse still, while us old timers wilily plotted our way around the course under leaden skies and the golf balls wobbled in the wind on the greens, pounds 120 billion was wiped in a flash off our pensions.