Well, if Washington had any brains, it would not continue to let Karzai get away with this double-dealing.
It's a legitimate question from those critical of Obama and wary of the Pakistani army's double-dealing.
And now, like the double-dealing cad you are, you come here posing as her defender.
His double-dealing was rather too much even for the Holy Alliance.
All this is not smartness or diplomacy, but rather confusion, insincerity, and double-dealing.
I am weary of its double-dealing, and tired of its gilded falsehood.
It was this very practice which excited the wrath of our pious King Charles, in all his horror of double-dealing.
The child was too young to reason, too simple by nature to give any thought to double-dealing.
It was a double-dealing age, and Louis's attitude in this affair sorted well with it.
It is averse to knavery, to crafty guile and double-dealing.
: a double-dealing little crum
Deceitful or treacherous behavior (1529+)