Sly

(from the article `Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno`) ...di Susanna (1909; The Secret of Susanne), presented 18th-century styles orchestrated in the manner of the 20th century. Comic points in these ...
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sly

1. Dexterous in performing an action, so as to escape notice; nimble; skillful; cautious; shrewd; knowing; in a good sense. 'Be ye sly as serpents, and simple as doves.' (Wyclif (Matt. X. 16)) 'Whom graver age And long experience hath made wise and sly.' (Fairfax) ... 2. Artfully cunning; secretly mischievous; wily. 'For my sly wiles and subtle cra...
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Sly

[opera] ==Sly as verismo== Many musicologists regard Wolf-Ferrari as having written only one verismo opera (I gioielli della Madonna, Berlin, 1911). There are reasons to disagree, and to consider Sly (La Scala, 1927) not only as being, in many ways, a verismo opera, but also as being nearly the last of its kind. And, as such, the virtual en...
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Sly

[single] This a picture of the Enervon-c plus ...
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Sly

Sly adjective [ Compar. Slier or Slyer ; superl. Sliest or Slyest .] [ Middle English sli , slegh , sleih , Icel sl...gr , for sl...gr ; akin to Swedish slug , Danish slu...
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Sly

Sly adverb Slyly. [ Obsolete or Poetic] Spenser.
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Sly

Sly is Australian and New Zealand slang for illicit.
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Sly

Type: Term Pronunciation: slī Definitions: 1. William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome
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