louchely


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louchely

(ˈluːʃlɪ)
adv
in an oblique or shifty manner
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A formal living room is louchely decked out, some might say, like the VIP lounge of a Las Vegas nightclub, with a backlit onyx fireplace and wet bar.
Smoking louchely, she kisses Trigger on the mouth, then lies that she and Trigger were at Reba's at the time of Tommy's murder.
Collins and Quigley were continually alert to this compelling music's shifting kaleidoscope, from shrilly Stravinsky to louchely Parisian late-afternoon melancholy.
Some people are born to stride and pace; Matt Chapman, Sir Robert's ATR colleague, is almost certainly a vigorous strutter and Nick Luck, their bitter RUK rival, is known to stroll louchely, but the amble is the only natural gait for the man his friends call Sir Robert.