sly
1. (adj.) A word used in select areas of northeastern parts of America that is used in place of "cool"

2. (adj.) A magical word sometimes used to describe a funny individual

3. (n.) A first cousin
"The jungle is such a sly place to be at night."

"That guy's animation was so sly."
作者 THE TEA IS ON 2009年12月02日
sly
used by north western youths meaning something is shocking or nasty or behind someones back. Also it could be dishonest
1. You took that munch from his bag? That's pure sly. = You stole that luncheon meal from his hold all? That is not very nice.

2. You told her you had were going the dentists? That's well sly. = You told her you had a dentists appointment? That is very dishonest.
作者 Lord Seabrook 2006年6月08日

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