weaselly

[wee-zuh-lee]
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adjective

resembling a weasel, especially in features or manner: a weaselly little clerk with furtive eyes.

Origin of weaselly

First recorded in 1830–40; weasel + -y1
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  • Next her eyes scanned Quisanté's face; he was not weaselly now, nor ostentatious.

    Quisant

    Anthony Hope