Pronunciation of Craftiness
/kɹˈaftɪnəs/, /kɹˈaftɪnəs/, /k_ɹ_ˈa_f_t_ɪ_n_ə_s/

Antonyms for craftiness:

truthfulness, probity, integrity, honesty.

Synonyms for craftiness:

Sense 1

deception, shadiness, indirection.

Sense 2

device, sneakiness, shiftiness.

Sense 3


Other synonyms and related words:

dissembling, cheating, chicane, trickery, craftsmanship, sneakiness, deceit, shenanigan, crookery, deceptiveness, workmanship, fraud, dupery, trade, imposition, indirection, deception, wile, device, craft, duplicity, artifice, guilefulness, caginess, shadiness, shiftiness, dissimulation.

Sense 1 (noun)


Sense 2 (noun)

shadiness, sneakiness, shiftiness, indirection.

artfulness (noun)

slickness, wiliness, caginess, cunning, artifice, Canniness.

cognition (noun)

foxiness, guile, wiliness, cunning, craft, slyness.

craftiness (noun)

deceitfulness, guile, cunning, foxiness, wiliness, slyness, craft.

cunning (noun)

slipperiness, wariness, skill, art, slickness, mastery, cunning, sly, subtlety, deviousness, ingenuity, snakiness, guile, smoothness.

deceitfulness (noun)

foxiness, dishonesty, chicanery, shiftiness, trickery, deviousness, sneakiness, deceit, trickiness, guile, shadiness, slyness.

deception (noun)

deceptiveness, imposition, dupery, cozenage.

dishonesty (noun)

fraudulence, dishonesty, underhandedness, prevarication, Improbity, traitorousness, chicanery, unscrupulousness, feloniousness, hypocrisy, treachery, corruption, insincerity, deceitfulness, crookedness, immorality.

intuition (noun)

insight, intuition, instinct, foresight.

wit (noun)

humor, scurrility, scintillation, trickiness, cleverness, artfulness, astuteness, deftness, Subtleness, facility, wit, finesse, irony, foxiness, Canniness, sharpness, ingeniousness, drollness, comedy, sophistry, resourcefulness, inventiveness, intellect, shrewdness, wiliness, quickness, Cunningness, adroitness, brilliance, urbanity, slyness.

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