Definition of shady in English:

shady

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃeɪdi
 
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adjective (shadier, shadiest)

Derivatives

shadily

adverb
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  • Yesterday I went into the Used DVD Emporium, a seedy hole in the wall bespeaking a shadily acquired inventory of hot items for your viewing pleasure.
  • Unfortunately, Reigart's hands are tied by Admiral Piquet (Joaquim de Almeida), a French NATO officer who shadily puts a halt to Reigart's rescue operations.
  • Inside, the narrow alleys are tight woven, winding shadily between cliff-like walls of brown mud or sparkling white lime wash.

shadiness

noun
More example sentences
  • There was much shadiness in his management of those accounts.
  • The practical implications surrounding the shadiness of the category of ‘social identity’ often pertain to information concerning public figures.
  • He's making most people feel safe in an unsafe time and they're willing to put up with rather a lot of shadiness in such circumstances, if history is any sort of witness.

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