roguishly

All Adverb
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  • She hid her face for a moment, and then looked up roguishly into his. Cited from Tommy and Grizel, by J.M. Barrie
  • The little girl held out her hand, and her eyes lighted roguishly. Cited from The Turtles of Tasman, by Jack London
  • He looked roguishly at his aunt as he entered. Cited from Jack's Ward, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • The man's wife is seen peeping roguishly in through the door. Cited from Not George Washington, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • "Then you like to have him come to see you?" said Patty, a little roguishly. Cited from Patty at Home, by Carolyn Wells
  • His eyes still gleamed roguishly, but his mouth had ceased to smile. Cited from The Rocks of Valpre, by Ethel May Dell
  • At the Park entrance she stopped again and smiled roguishly. Cited from The Foolish Virgin, by Thomas Dixon
  • He paused a moment as if roguishly considering some point. Cited from The Black Douglas, by S. R. Crockett
  • She recognizes him as the young man she noticed earlier and finds him roguishly young and handsome; a great match for her.
  • "So all you told me about Matilda was a lie, was it?" she said, roguishly. Cited from The Rise of David Levinsky, by Abraham Cahan
  • But his eyes looked at her roguishly and, with bent head and outstretched arms, he kept on trying to come closer. Cited from The Path of Life, by Stijn Streuvels
  • "Where?" she asked roguishly, twisting her head on one side with the movement of a listening bird. Cited from Kennedy Square, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • His spirit breathes upon you from his book -- peeps at you roguishly as you turn the pages. Cited from World's Best Literature, Ancient & Modern, Vol. 4, by C. D. Warner
  • A glance over his shoulder showed him three tavern acquaintances roguishly shaking their heads at him. Cited from Salthaven, by W. W. Jacobs
  • Some bantered him roguishly and some spoke in chest tones of what was the real inner meaning of life after all. Cited from Somewhere in Red Gap, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • Out of this canopy she looked up at the brawny, serious man, roguishly. Cited from The Old Lumberman's Secret, by Annie Roe Carr
  • Sometimes I state my country, and the saleswoman would roguishly pretend that for that reason she reduced the price. Cited from Paris: With Pen and Pencil, by David W. Bartlett
  • "Can you see the big one now, darling?" asked Jane roguishly. Cited from The Lion's Share, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • She was already turning away, but she turned back and scrutinised his face, as Denry thought, roguishly. Cited from The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns, by Arnold Bennett
  • Roguishly she began to sway into a slow, rhythmic dance, beating time with her instruments as she moved. Cited from Bucky O'Connor, by William MacLeod Raine
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Meaning of roguishly

  • adverb Like a dishonest rogue
    he roguishly intended to keep the money
  • adverb In a playfully roguish manner
    he winked at her roguishly