Definition of Shyly

1. Adverb. In a shy or timid or bashful manner. "He smiled shyly"

Exact synonyms: Bashfully, Timidly
Partainyms: Bashful, Shy, Timid



Definition of Shyly

1. adv. In a shy or timid manner; not familiarly; with reserve.

Definition of Shyly

1. Adverb. In a shy manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shyly

1. in a shy manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shyly

shy bairns get nowt
shy bladder
shy bladders
shy person
shye
shyer
shyers
shyest
shying
shying away
shying away from
shyish
shylocked
shylocking
shylocks
shyly (current term)
shyness
shynesses
shyster
shysterish
shysterism
shysters
siRNA
siRNAs
si op. sit
si quis
siaga
sial
sial-
sialaden

Literary usage of Shyly

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1. A June Romance by Norman Gale (1894)
"To be among warm hearts quite warmed Mother, and a little colour shyly crept into her cheeks as if ashamed of being somewhat tardy. ..."

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