adjective, wil·i·er, wil·i·est.
Related formswil·i·ly, adverbwil·i·ness, nouno·ver·wil·y, adjectiveun·wil·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for wiliest
It is extraordinary that historians have mistaken one of the wiliest schemes of the great queen for uncertainty and hesitation!Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
For there, under a log, lurks the wiliest trout I have ever encountered.Tenting To-night|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Twist says not Twist calls her the wiliest serpent he ever saw, but not mad.One Of Them|Charles James Lever
My major was the wiliest person I have ever met, also the best officer.Over Here|Hector MacQuarrie
One of the wiliest and the most harmful doctrines of our times is, I believe, the fashionable ideology of spiritual anti-Semitism.The Shield|Various