Meaning of cunningness in English:

cunningness

noun

See cunning

  • ‘It would take but a mere glimpse of cunningness.’
  • ‘He sources goals with a cunningness sharper than his tender years give a right to expect, but away from the field struggles to suppress the inner child as ably as he does on it.’
  • ‘She loathes cunningness, and thinks a cunning person is definitely dishonest.’
  • ‘But the wiles he shows, the cunningness he exhibits and opportunism that he cashes on made him a hit.’
  • ‘He tested his learning and cunningness till people called him intelligent and brave; he tested his cowardice and brutality till he could kill and die at the drop of a penny; he tested his mind till he could argue anything and everything.’