adjective, trick·i·er, trick·i·est.
Origin of tricky
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Contemporary Examples of tricky
Their solidified friendship is one of the most touching details of the premiere, but it also puts Branson in a tricky predicament.What Downton’s Fashion Really Means
January 2, 2015
The power delivered by the rocket motor was uneven and tricky to control.Virgin Galactic’s Flight Path to Disaster: A Clash of High Risk and Hyperbole
November 1, 2014
It is a tricky and perilous path, but there are no realistic alternatives.There’s Only One Way to Beat ISIS: Work With Assad and Iran
Leslie H. Gelb
October 18, 2014
What makes Islam so tricky that it trips up even the usually more discerning among us?ISIS and BS
October 15, 2014
Winning a game this tricky, then, is nearly impossible without a coach.Ganjapreneurs Line Up to Get Florida High
July 30, 2014
Historical Examples of tricky
All in all, Gray Peter was a glorious machine; Sally was a tricky intelligence.Way of the Lawless
If Tricky had lost such a chance he would not have been a monkey at all.
If they put him out of the room, Tricky came in by the chimney.
If they shut him up in a room, Tricky got out by the chimney.
Tricky, therefore, he was called, and as Tricky he lived and—did not die.