What is another word for waggishly?

Pronunciation: [wˈaɡɪʃli] (IPA)

Waggishly is an adverb that describes playful or mischievous behavior. Some synonyms for this word include jocularly, playfully, whimsically, and impishly. Other possible alternatives include mischievously, roguishly, teasingly, and puckishly. These words can be used to describe someone who is acting in a lighthearted or humorous manner, perhaps even in a slightly cheeky or irreverent way. Depending on the context, waggishly might also be replaced with words like facetiously or ironically, which suggest a sense of humor that is more sarcastic or satirical. Overall, there are many possible synonyms for waggishly, each conveying a slightly different tone or emphasis.

What are the hypernyms for Waggishly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Waggishly

Mo, pointing waggishly to Doggie, warned the little girl against his depravity.
"The Rough Road"
William John Locke
"Yes," he agreed waggishly: "it takes two to play it properly.
"A Poached Peerage"
William Magnay
"Ah," Iversen remarked waggishly, "so there are one or two things you don't know about Flimbot, eh?"
"Once a Greech"
Evelyn E. Smith

Related words: waggish, waggishly, waggishness

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