Definition of caddishly in English:



informal, dated
  • See cad

    • ‘When he caddishly refuses, Isabelle accuses him of confusing life with cinema and commits suicide.’
    • ‘His leading characters are invariably womanisers, middle-class, caddishly intelligent and orphans.’
    • ‘He fell in and out of love with metronomic frequency, caddishly abandoning each lover for the next.’
    • ‘Bonnie had been born out of wedlock, her father a high school football player who had caddishly denied paternity.’
    • ‘He caddishly forgets to tell her that he has a wife and kids squirreled away in Stratford.’