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  • advance, ahead, bring forward, face, forrad.
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Antonyms of WILY:
artless, obvious, open, patent, plain, public, unconcealed, aboveboard, candid, direct, forthright, frank, honest, natural, outspoken, plainspoken, real, simple, sincere, straightforward, unaffected, unpretending, unpretentious, unvarnished, childlike, impressionable, simpleminded, unsophisticated, unworldly, unforced, unstudied, trustful, trusting, guileless, ingenuous, innocent, undesigning.
Misspellings for WILY:
willc, widly, wearly, whille, wufy, jwly, whild, wobboly, waly, wiedely, i'will, will, wholey, worly, whilr, whila, willbe, willll, wiyh, wiely, wittly, iwill, wobbily, willoe, vivyl, wooley, aily, willl, vamily, wifey, waleye, wwall, nwely, wiselly, wailt, withy, qwill, we''ll, walll, whril, wickly, wiliam, wilf, weill, wekly, rwill, woulc, quily, walsy, woulr, wgile, wioll, whaile, whyll, vilny, willt, warly, lwill, vlley, whileyou, vaisly, willyou, whtil, wilol, wil, witle, bily, wiill, wildy, whiloe, wilon, wizly, vinly, wlil, wilil, wippy, dwill, wjile, willk, weekily, wrilly, wil2l, willi, vilyl, wihle, wity, wrily, dily, welco, nilly, rily, nwill, sily, whiule, wihc, wiriy, oliy, wilk, willfu, whikle, wiull, wesly, vaighly, weejly, wheely, whill, walway, mwill, wili, hwil, youwill, weairly, winyl, wiell, weely, weirly, whlie, wormly, wille, hwile, wilsey, witll, widw, cirly, woule, wewill, vvill, widley, walthy, wouil, wipy, wewilll, whala, volly, willw, whilew, velly, waill, waile, whuile, eirly, warley, wiew, wwill, warlmy, mily, wiy, whiile, cwill, woull, whilee, waway, ewill, whirlly, ahwile, bwill, whilc, walik, biily, kaily, we''''ll, wqill, verliy, vaigly, dwelay, wilfe, verly, whial, awaile, wehile, wierdly, wasily, wihh, welthy, wiity, hewill, whjile, warrily, whily, wilth, wlill, whoile, cilly, lily, willn, waivy, ceily, wiily, willia, wifw, willr, wuile, whlile, awile, wolly, wila, wiilie, wisley, wilso, whiole, w2ill, fily, wobly, woill, visely, welly, willo, walah, weeley, wihile, wilh, willh, vinily, wi8ll, vidly, wideley, wailea, uwill, woulb, wwwial, willgo, whilw, wild, wilo, fwill, knowoluy, wamly, goowill, wilow, whiele, wiah, vagly, woula, whilch, wilsh, whihle, hawally, awill, wickely, wialk, kiley, wi'll, wuill, winy, willm, wirey, wiev, wonly, wholy, widy, which'll, whirle, wuickly, hwill, witchly, whilei, willf, wolle, whilke, whwile, willair, willto, willg, villy, whooly, thily, wifa, wheil, whilre, workly, whilt, wisle, whidly, wisly, worll, willly, ily, wealhy, waidly, violyn, wigle, worle, wilie, whail, wavely, whhile, wailk, wilbe, hily, ewally, whili, whilie, wioul, whichl, willb, wiul, wikll, killy, iiwill, newoly, walky, hihly, wuilt, willy, siowly, villi, wayyy, wwekly, webley, whilwe, wehy, whhy, wify, wi1l, willa, willlll, wyill, wiley, williw, willoy, wiyj, woolly.
Examples of usage:
  1. But to this wily little Frenchman disguise was, as often as not, a common occurrence.
    "My Strangest Case", Guy Boothby.
  2. Wily and uncertain of temper, nervous because of the lightning, the dun- colored cayuse would not let Matthews secure her.
    "The Plow-Woman", Eleanor Gates.
  3. The wily caballero humored her with the most delicate and affectionate attentions.
    "Maximina", Armando Palacio Valdés.