The New York Times ran a waggish headline: ‘From the Voice of Dogma Comes the Sound of Music.’
In transcribing clumsy translations of the titles, I noticed that de Pomiane's titles were often waggish .
Still, there is an irony to it that may appeal to Boris's waggish nature.
Passengers at Haymarket station are sustained in their long vigils by the wit of a waggish train announcer who does his best to bring cheer to their dismal existences.
It put a face to the voice, so often heard on local radio telling waggish tales of country life.
As one observer noted waggishly , janitors take garbage away, they don't bring us more.
One political scientist waggishly - but probably accurately - describes the average American's political ideology as a ‘mild blend of consensus and apathy.’
M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel combine waggishness , an incredible knowledge of pop culture, and highbrow aesthetics in such a way that it never approaches what one would normally call pop music.
Performances, unfailingly good, veer gingerly over the top but don't trade the characters' waggishness for their humanity.
He becomes part-owner of a racehorse waggishly named ‘The Prime Minister’, and loses £70,000 betting on its performances in the Derby and St Leger.