Origin of underhand
Examples from the Web for underhand
A smart man, but he did some underhand work, and he was asked to resign.The Motor Boys After a Fortune|Clarence Young
Still, he had an uncomfortable sensation, for he felt he was an underhand sneak, and that Mary had found him out; and so she had.
Some underhand work was done, and Ripley, so he said, restrained old Tom from putting a bullet into a certain miscreant.The Land of Nome|Lanier McKee
By degrees, underhand and hidden as it might be, war between the Duchess and the Cardinal declared itself unmistakably.Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)|Sutherland Menzies
It gives facilities for the exercise of underhand and even corrupt influence, and encourages "log rolling."Government in the United States|James Wilford Garner