Cunning

usgb/ˈkʌnɪŋ/Volume
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Negative ConnotationPlay
Cunning often implies dishonesty in achieving a goal. SlideShe was too cunning to trust with their secret plan.
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Sneaky StrategyPlay
Cunning involves clever and strategic thinking. SlideWith a cunning strategy, they won the game.
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Subtle ManipulationPlay
The word 'cunning' can suggest subtle manipulation to obtain what one wants. SlideHe gave a cunning smile as he swayed the jury.