Related formstrick·ster·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for trickster
But as with everything Sugimotesque, I think his trickster self is at work.
Elvira has recently been deceived by Giovanni—and decides to seek vengeance by publicly outing him as the trickster whom he is.Don Giovanni in Los Angeles: Mozart Meets the Future|Isabel Wilkinson|May 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Maurizio Cattelan: All will present the complete works of this Italian trickster at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
In every instance the right-doer is rewarded, the selfish man and the trickster are punished.Indian Legends Retold|Elaine Goodale Eastman
“Trickster with the violin” seemed written upon it for all the world to read.The Master's Violin|Myrtle Reed
Shift′er, one who shifts: a trickster; Shift′iness, the character of being shifty.
Are you, after all, but a trickster who would impose his art upon the unwary?Under the Witches' Moon|Nathan Gallizier
It depends upon a trick of deception; and no trick of deception works if the trickster passes a certain degree of cynicism.The Free Press|Hilaire Belloc