Meaning of deviously in English:

deviously

Translate deviously into Spanish

adverb

See devious

  • ‘Little did the police and the authorities, particularly the Foreign Office, know that all along the defendant was deviously spinning a web of lies.’
  • ‘Perhaps the fairy godmother could use one of her potions or deviously install her son as Fiona's new husband.’
  • ‘Instead of believing that, I have, being the deviously intelligent person I am, found out a way to curb this phobia of mine.’
  • ‘Well, here's how I deviously kept the money from those who truly need it.’
  • ‘But the two films were in fact the best directed of the competition, and the most deviously plotted.’

Pronunciation

deviously

/ˈdiːvɪəsli/