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roguishly

[ roh-gish-lee ]
/ ˈroʊ gɪʃ li /
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adverb
in a playfully mischievous way:She smiled roguishly and tickled him before he could defend himself.
in a way that suggests a dangerous or unscrupulous character:He was roguishly handsome, with a bad-boy charm that captivated men and women alike.
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