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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A shifty deceptive person.

Usage examples (38)
  • And to each of them the little slyboots replied, --
  • “He is not named Finot” (finaud, slyboots) “for nothing,” said Lucien.
  • I'm sure they are busy and after all, they would be doing all the work unless you HAVE been training her, you slyboots.
  • “Still, that old slyboots of a paper-maker must not overreach us; it is time to ask him for something besides promises.” for more
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