It must, however, be acknowledged that not a few of them are much addicted to knavery and well skilled in the art of cheating.
Of clowns again, of the glory of knavery, and of the eternal type that shall endure.
New Rome had inherited all the knavery and covetousness of Ancient Rome.
They know that their knavery is no secret but they don't mind.
Heres no knavery, to bring my master to buy a ship worth the lading of two or three hundred thousand pounds.
He was very cunning to be sure; but the "afflicted" girls could see through his knavery.
knavery is supple, and can bend, but honesty is firm and upright, and yields not.
I hold you in the fetters of your own knavery, like a trout on the hook!
He felt himself—absurdly once again—to be mysteriously associated with them in a piece of sharp practice or even of knavery.
It is averse to knavery, to crafty guile and double-dealing.