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Canny vs. Cunny

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Cannyadjective

Careful, prudent, cautious.

‘The politician gave a canny response to the reporter's questions.’;

Cunnynoun

obsolete form of cony||rabbit

Cannyadjective

Knowing, shrewd, astute.

‘The canny lawyer knew just how to get what he wanted.’;

Cunnynoun

A cunt, vulva.

Cannyadjective

Frugal, thrifty.

‘canny investments’; ‘See Thesaurus:frugal’;

Cunnynoun

a woman's genitals.

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Cannyadjective

Pleasant, fair, favorable or agreeable to deal with.

‘She's a canny lass hor like!’;

Cunnynoun

women in general, considered sexually.

Cannyadjective

Gentle, quiet, steady.

‘a canny horse; be canny with this letter’;

Cannyadverb

(Northumbria) Very, considerably; quite, rather.

‘That's a canny big horse, man!’; ‘a canny long journey; canny near home’;

Cannyadverb

Gently, quietly; carefully, skilfully.

‘he sits very canny; drive canny’;

Cannyadjective

Artful; cunning; shrewd; wary.

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Cannyadjective

Skillful; knowing; capable.

Cannyadjective

Cautious; prudent; safe..

Cannyadjective

Having pleasing or useful qualities; gentle.

Cannyadjective

Reputed to have magical powers.

Cannyadjective

showing self-interest and shrewdness in dealing with others;

‘a cagey lawyer’; ‘too clever to be sound’;

Cannyadjective

having or showing shrewdness and good judgement, especially in money or business matters

‘canny investors will switch banks if they think they are getting a raw deal’;

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