Cunning (adjective)

  1. Clever or skillful in achieving one's goals, often by deceptive or underhanded means.
  2. Shrewd, astute, or artful in one's dealings with others.
  3. Having or showing an ability to think and plan ahead.


Old english cunnan, from cunnan "know, be able", of germanic origin.


  1. The fox was known for its cunning and ability to outsmart its predators.
  2. He was admired for his cunning business strategies.
  3. It was a cunning plan that outsmarted the competition.
  4. She was admired for her cunning ability to get what she wants.
  5. The criminal's cunning mind enabled him to evade the police for years.
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