One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘His hair was raffishly long, and a hunting knife hung by his side.’
- ‘Chinghalle is larger than Campagna, more raffishly downmarket, and, in the end, not really Italian at all.’
- ‘Since the couples include a pompous academic and his nervous wife, a raffishly experienced, working-class duo and two covert documentary film-makers, we assume that not all will go swingingly.’
- ‘He lies in the bed, smiling raffishly, smoking a cigarette.’
- ‘These things look great fun to fly - their pilots wave from open cockpits and wiggle their wings raffishly.’
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