- cunningham, merce,
- cunninghame graham,
Origin of cunning
Examples from the Web for cunningly
Raptly, they drink in the cunningly arranged open floor plan.
So, this was the man for whom she had dressed herself three times, cunningly and provocatively?Jane Journeys On|Ruth Comfort Mitchell
This statement is not sufficient to meet the contention that the removal was cunningly attained.Lincoln, the Politician|T. Aaron Levy
Doors, panels, tables, and chairs were cunningly wrought of various metals.The Skylark of Space|Edward Elmer Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby
They had indeed walked right into a cunningly contrived trap, and the Peruvians had been on the watch for them the whole time.Under the Chilian Flag|Harry Collingwood
The bronze has been cunningly carved to represent the finest lace and richly gilded until it seems to be pure gold.The Spell of Flanders|Edward Neville Vose
Word Origin for cunning
early 14c., "learned, skillful," present participle of cunnen "to know" (see can (v.1)). Sense of "skillfully deceitful" is probably late 14c. As a noun from c.1300. Related: Cunningly.