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Use "cagily" in a sentence
"“Neither sensational nor cagily sentimental nor self pitying, this grounded, exquisitely written work . . . requires reading.”"
"This from a man who has cagily refused to propose a single structural reform to entitlements in his three years in office."
"Okay, I throw my hands up and can only say that Nadler's current show, "Crazy 1961," which he reprises twice more January 15 and 22 at Manhattan's Laurie Beechman Theatre, is yet another in his highly diverting, cagily intelligent enterprises."