As there has been enough of this sharp practice already, more of it would seriously shake the foundations of social order.
If you have been given to sharp practice or dishonesty, woe be unto you when you fall.
He felt himself—absurdly once again—to be mysteriously associated with them in a piece of sharp practice or even of knavery.
That is sharp practice, Jason Philip Schimmelweis, sharp practice, we say.
It's the rottenest kind of sharp practice, but it won't do any good.
We are regarded as interlopers who have been guilty of sharp practice.
He would vouch for that of which he was doubtful and receive the price of sharp practice.
This may be characterized as rather a sharp practice, and one which seldom, if ever, occurs.
The only question for her was whether or no it would be sharp practice to know what she knew and say nothing about it.
The man who succeeded in sharp practice in politics was the "boss."