chicanery

[ shi-key-nuh-ree, chi- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chicanery
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The placard had indicated the possibility of chicanery on the part of McGuire.

In a world of chicanery and treachery the sword alone cut clean.

A delicate webwork of forgery, bribery, chicanery and falsehood.

Back in other days, a horse trade was often tinged with fraud and chicanery.

In that case he must be prepared for her pursuit, her letters, her chicanery, which he could not bear.

You yourself have had many opportunities of seeing how incapable I am of deceit or chicanery.

What further piece of chicanery had they been guilty of, I wondered?

Poverty, bankruptcy, chicanery, crime were widespread and increasing.

The chicanery of the South Italians maddened and disgusted him.

I feel as light as a feather since I left all that chicanery behind!

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