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Related to roguishly: gallantly
1. Deceitful; unprincipled: Set adrift by his roguish crew, the captain of the ship spent a week alone at sea.
2. Playfully mischievous: a roguish grin.
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|Adv.||1.||roguishly - like a dishonest rogue; "he roguishly intended to keep the money"|
|2.||roguishly - in a playfully roguish manner; "he winked at her roguishly"|
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roguishly[ˈrəʊgɪʃlɪ] ADV [look, smile etc] → con malicia
she looked at me roguishly → me miró picaruela
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roguishly[ˈrəʊgɪʃlɪ] adv (smile, wink) → maliziosamente
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