- busterwasmycatLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
It is a common variant of weasel-like, so I would say it is a word. You can find it in dictionaries, which is the usual way that we decide if a word is an actual word. And given that dictionaries supposedly only include words that get used, and weaselish is used, I would have accepted it as a word even if dictionaries had not. The spellchecker here though does not recognize it as a word. It is not a very reliable word-determining device, this YA spellcheck.
- FLv 63 weeks ago
Not sure but I once had a collegue who was known throughout the company as WC.
W was for "weasely". C does NOT stand for "chap".
- MikeLv 73 weeks ago
I would say weaselly.
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
I see no reason to deny it, whether it's in a dictionary or not. We all understand what it means, and it's formed in a standard way from a noun and a common adjectival suffix.
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- RPLv 74 weeks ago
No. I think the right word is weasel-like.
- Justin ThymeLv 74 weeks ago
That describes House Democrats.
- NinefingerLv 64 weeks ago
Hey, we have one of those !!!!! He wears a hat !
- Never PolledLv 54 weeks ago
It seems very wordish to me.
- Christian SinnerLv 74 weeks ago
Everyone would know what you were saying. So when that happens, I would go with it. Jus' sayin'. If you ever listen to intellectuals; Academia, they make up words frequently enough. It can be done well.Source(s): bisexual Christian
- KevinLv 54 weeks ago
If you're referring to Adam Schiff, yes.