Definition of roguishly in US English:

roguishly

adverb

  • See roguish

    • ‘‘I'm so relieved to be back here… I was worried for a bit,’ Asriya admitted, leaning against the balcony and turning to face the Prince, who smiled roguishly.’
    • ‘He was roguishly handsome, the kind of handsome that a drunken solider would be in uniform after a hard day on the battlefield.’
    • ‘I was sizing up the situation and had just started considering other places to hide when Travis jumped around in front of me and started laughing roguishly at me.’
    • ‘Though she addressed the Englishman, her eyes were trained on Theroux, who winked roguishly at her.’
    • ‘Pouting in good humor, Griffith reasoned roguishly, ‘Well, you can't blame me for trying, now can you?’’

Pronunciation

roguishly

/ˈrōɡiSHlē//ˈroʊɡɪʃli/