adjective, trick·i·er, trick·i·est.
Origin of tricky
Synonyms for tricky
Related Words for trickilyably, knowingly, slyly, smartly, carefully, deliberately, cleverly, intelligently, keenly, coolly, artfully, judiciously, deftly, skillfully, adroitly, cunningly, deceptively, facilely
Examples from the Web for trickily
Contemporary Examples of trickily
His female lead is not Jordan, he trickily maintains, but readers should keep her in mind.Amis vs. "Two Bags of Silicone"
November 8, 2009
Historical Examples of trickily
He felt offended, as if he had been trickily defeated in an argument.Gargoyles
Next to this motive principle is his desire to make money dishonestly, trickily, meanly, and shabbily.Campfire and Battlefield
Fought for it fairly when fairness served best, and trickily when trickiness seemed more profitable.
The prayer was long, intolerably and trickily eloquent and rhetorical, very self-conscious.A Tramp's Notebook