Guileful

Antonyms of GUILEFUL

Examples of usage:

  1. It only remains to be recorded that Mr Mactavish adhered with strictness to the terms of the compact into which he was forced by the guileful Allister. "By Veldt and Kopje" by William Charles Scully
  2. His hair, which was very fair, glistened like gold in the sun; he was slender, not at all effeminate, exceedingly graceful, exceedingly gracious; endowed with the promptest blush, with the best intentions; studious of the interests of his people; glad of advice, seeking it even; courteous and deferential to the senate and his father's friends- in short, an adolescent Nero- a trifle more guileful, however; already a parricide, a comedian as well; one who in a moment would toss the mask aside and disclose the mongrel; the offspring, not of an empress and an emperor, but the tiger- cub that Faustine had got by a gladiator. "Imperial Purple" by Edgar Saltus
  3. And thus it fared with the worthies of Pavonia, who, little mistrusting the guileful sense before them, drifted quietly on, until they were aroused by an uncommon tossing and agitation of their vessels. "Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete" by Washington Irving
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