Definition of impishly in English:

impishly

adverb

  • See impish

    • ‘Grinning impishly, she told interviewers she lived by a simple motto: ‘Money is like manure; it should be spread around.’’
    • ‘He was engaging, open, sensitive and impishly funny, if a six-foot-two-inch guy can be impishly funny.’
    • ‘Eternally boyish talents can blossom in one of two ways: impishly elegant or impishly irritating.’
    • ‘Here's some important background information to think about: Whenever Charles makes a sign, he (impishly) inscribes a false statement on it, and whenever Maggie makes a sign, she inscribes a true statement on it… being the truthful woman she is!’
    • ‘The tiny images that entered into the viewing rectangle of the spectacles were not only obscure, but they were also designed so as to move around impishly requiring me to trace their hesitant, unpredictable movements.’

Pronunciation

impishly

/ˈɪmpɪʃ(ə)li/