deceptiveness, chicane, chicanery, caginess, cozenage, double-dealing, deceitfulness, shenanigan, crookery, deception, guilefulness, dissembling, fakery, dupery, sneakiness, craftsmanship, means, fraud, honest, trade, dissimulation, artifice, duplicity, workmanship, crookedness, wile, dishonesty, cheating, craft, trickery
cunning (part of speech: noun)
wit (part of speech: noun)
drollness, inventiveness, comedy, subtleness, cunningness, humor, astuteness, quickness, cleverness, wit, adroitness, foxiness, brilliance, canniness, trickiness, sharpness, facility, urbanity, intellect, scintillation, finesse, scurrility, ingeniousness, artfulness, deftness, craftiness, shrewdness, slyness, resourcefulness, irony, sophistry
intuition (part of speech: noun)
- Yet, at the same time, they could not help admiring the wiliness which the enemy had shown in thus reserving his fire. - "A Tale of the Summer Holidays", G. Mockler.
- Thy task is then to induce him to make an attempt on the head of Shagpat in all wiliness, as he and thou think well to devise. - "The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete", George Meredith.
- Love had already given strength and wiliness to the countess. - "Maitre Cornelius", Honore de Balzac.