noun, plural trick·er·ies.
- trick knee,
- trick or treat,
- trick out,
- trickle charge,
- trickle charger
Origin of trickery
Examples from the Web for trickery
But did Copperfield employ a bit of trickery to purchase Musha Cay in the first place?David Copperfield’s Magical—and Utterly Bizarre—Caribbean Island|Nina Strochlic|November 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In addition to the Simon trickery, were there any other fun moments with the cast?Alice Eve, the Beautiful New Trekkie, Talks ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’|Marlow Stern|May 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But almost always, they signify mystery—and even a bit of trickery.
It was typical Pearce trickery, says Bill Konopnicki, who served in the Arizona House from 2003 to 2010.
Former Goldman executive Nomi Prins on how to stop the trickery.
But, I tell you, this game is absolutely free from trickery; it is simply for you to guess where the card called biribi is.San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams|Charles Paul de Kock
Then, since any trickery will be needless, he will hasten to take to his legs again and make off.The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles|Jean Henri Fabre
The places which have intricate spy systems to watch their employees are the ones where there is most rudeness and trickery.The Book of Business Etiquette|Nella Henney
They were as subject to deception and trickery, and as full of political and sectarian rancor as partisans in these times.
Apart from trickery and fraud, to imitate seems to be a foible of humanity.Windows, A Book About Stained & Painted Glass|Lewis F. Day