adjective, shrewd·er, shrewd·est.
Origin of shrewd
Examples from the Web for shrewdly
Back in November, SNL shrewdly skewered its diversity problem with its Kerry Washington-hosted outing.Finally! ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hires Sasheer Zamata, First Black Female Cast Member in 5 Years|Kevin Fallon|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The astronomical valuation of Tesla could be a sign that investors are shrewdly predicting the future.Tesla’s Rise Forces Other Automakers to Up Their Electric Car Game|Daniel Gross|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As USA Today shrewdly noted: “Analysts expect water to hold on to its top spot for years to come.”Are Americans Done With Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Dr Pepper?|William O’Connor|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She notes that the global financial system has shrewdly come up with ways to help children spend money.How Jeroo Billimoria Is Turning Poor Kids Into Savers|Daniel Gross|March 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is, however, good for the coalition partners in Catalonia, who have shrewdly set a far-away date for the referendum.
This is the wild quest upon which he and his companions have departed, and from which I shrewdly suspect they never will return.Long Odds|H. Rider Haggard
Let me now repay you by another which I shrewdly suspect to be in the same condition.Confessions Of Con Cregan|Charles James Lever
What she had shrewdly taken stock of was the cut and material of the English tweed sports suit Leslie was wearing.Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore|Pauline Lester
The lady's face grew clouded as she listened, for from my insistence she shrewdly inferred that it imported to be gone.The Shame of Motley|Raphael Sabatini
Natalie eyed her shrewdly, but there was no self-consciousness in Audrey's face.Dangerous Days|Mary Roberts Rinehart
British Dictionary definitions for shrewdly
- piercinga shrewd wind