Cunning

Cunning-folk were known for a range of practices that included lifting curses and bewitchments, love magic, herbalism and curing diseases in animals as well as humans. A few also practiced astrology. Some modern day Wiccans claim such people were witches and that they are their direct descendants. Others see this as quite an odd claim to make as there is actually evidence that Cunning-folk aided the persecution of witches during the craze in the seventeenth century....

cunning

  1. shrewdness in deception
  2. shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
  3. drafty artfulness (especially in deception)

Cunning

• (a.) Crafty; sly; artful; designing; deceitful. • (a.) Knowing; skillful; dexterous. • (a.) Wrought with, or exhibiting, skill or ingenuity; ingenious; curious; as, cunning work. • (a.) Knowledge; art; skill; dexterity. • (a.) The faculty or act of using stratagem to accomplish a purpose; fraudulent skill or dexterity; de...
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cunning

cute adjective attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness or quaintness; `a cute kid with pigtails`; `a cute little apartment`; `cunning kittens`; `a cunning baby`
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Cunning

Cun'ning (kŭn'nĭng) adjective [ Anglo-Saxon cunnan to know, to be able. See 1st Con , Can .] 1. Knowing; skillful; dexterous. 'A cunning workman.' Ex. xxxviii. 23. « 'Tis beauty truly blent, whose red and white Nature's own sweet and ...
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Cunning

Cun'ning noun [ Anglo-Saxon cunnung trial, or Icelandic kunnandi knowledge. See Cunning , adjective ] 1. Knowledge; art; skill; dexterity. [ Archaic] « Let my right hand forget her cunning . Ps. cxxxvii. 5. » « A ...
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cunning

shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
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cunning

[adj] - attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness or quaintness 2. [n] - shrewdness in deception 3. [n] - drafty artfulness (especially in deception)
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