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waggishPart of speech: Adjective Part of speech: Adverb
Waggishly.Part of speech: Noun Usage examples "waggish":
- Then the thought came into his mind that some witty fellow, of whom he knew a good many in that town- and wild, waggish pranks they were- was attempting to play off some smart jest upon him. - "Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates", Howard I. Pyle.
- He stepped into the car, waving a waggish farewell, and when the wheels were in motion again, he turned upon his companion a broad face literally shining with pride. - "The Turmoil A Novel", Booth Tarkington.
- The handsome face was so waggish and full of sheer, joyous fun, that they all laughed and the matter was amicably settled. - "Patty's Suitors", Carolyn Wells.