noun (plural trickeries)[mass noun]
The practice of deception: the dealer resorted to trickery
More example sentences
- Negatively this card represents trickery or deception and is a warning to be careful of whom you place your trust in.
- The deception and trickery used for gain in America is not left out in this book.
- This show is the story of his short career in confidence trickery.
deception, deceit, dishonesty, cheating, duplicity, double-dealing, legerdemain, sleight of hand, guile, intrigue, deviousness, cunning, craft, craftiness, artfulness, slyness, subterfuge, skulduggery, chicanery, wiles, fraud, fraudulence, swindling, sophistry, sharp practice, underhandedness;
informal monkey business, funny business, hanky-panky, jiggery-pokery, kidology, shenanigans, flimflam
Irish informal codology
Words that rhyme with trickerychickaree, chicory, hickory, Terpsichore
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