“The Spawn of Carefully Spent Sperm,” a waggish still childless friend of mine suggested.
The third-day story, as I recall, fell to John Kifner, then a waggish youngster, later a great foreign correspondent.
If I should lay it aside, the waggish pages would cut to themselves garters out of it, as I was once served at Coulaines.
What a chance for some waggish baboon to drop a nut or a berry in!
Mr. Curtis executed his sketch of Field in good faith; Field's sketch of Mr. Curtis was a marvel of waggish invention.
She stood up, and there came over her faded face a waggish expression.
This was probably some waggish trick practised on him by his companions when in a state of intoxication.
Because,” cried the waggish urchin, “the parties are not agreed.
He can be dry and waggish as he shows himself off to those who come and pay their fifty cents.
I know you to be a wag by nature, and you must play the waggish actor.