[ juhg-luh-ree ]
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noun,plural jug·gler·ies.
  1. the art or practice of a juggler, especially sleight of hand.

  2. the performance of juggling feats.

  1. any trickery or deception.

Origin of jugglery

1250–1300; Middle English jogel(e)rie<Old French joglerie, equivalent to joglerjuggler + -ie-y3

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How to use jugglery in a sentence

  • But Count Cagliostro's career of jugglery and fraud was nearly over.

    Art in England | Dutton Cook
  • "No jugglery about this, however," he replied, looking somewhat amused.

    The Diamond Coterie | Lawrence L. Lynch
  • Attached to each company are two or three who play on musical instruments, and amuse the people with their feats of jugglery.

    Letters from Palestine | J. D. Paxton
  • That was a case of high mystification, of jugglery worthy of a street-corner mountebank.

    Mysterious Psychic Forces | Camille Flammarion
  • And here M. Gabet said that, allowing for some jugglery, it was impossible not to conclude that there was diabolic agency at work.