Related formswag·gish·ly, adverbwag·gish·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for waggish
The third-day story, as I recall, fell to John Kifner, then a waggish youngster, later a great foreign correspondent.
“The Spawn of Carefully Spent Sperm,” a waggish still childless friend of mine suggested.
Much obliged for agreeing with me, commented Jerry with a waggish nod toward the kindly-disposed timepiece.Marjorie Dean High School Senior|Pauline Lester
In one hand he trailed a gun, and at his heels trotted a waggish spaniel of immense importance and infinitesimal size.Aladdin O'Brien|Gouverneur Morris
Blackie's text books of Greek Dialogues are full of the most waggish remarks.Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland|Daniel Turner Holmes
"No; that isn't it," he said, chiding her with a waggish forefinger.Alice Adams|Booth Tarkington
Or worse, did some waggish, but inconsiderate friend ever send you a fools-cap and a hamper of stones?The Comic Latin Grammar|Percival Leigh