Have we not a registered catalogue of all the knaveries that have ever been practised on the unsuspecting?
The Greeks will be sure to hate him, for having unmasked their knaveries.
Up and down, he is recording a week or so later, all the afternoon about horses, and did see the knaveries and tricks of jockeys.
Its priests, we must admit, ‘in spite of their knaveries and their vices, were enthusiasts ready to perish for their doctrines.’
His father, tired of the tricks and knaveries of his son Charles, put him an apprentice to a hosier in St. Jamess-street.
A very good subject this for your knaveries, my young friends, though it requires great discrimination and delicacy.
He received a thorough castigation at the hands of the major-domo, which put an end to his knaveries for some considerable time.
The knaveries of Jacques were discovered, and he was obliged to fly from the village for fear of being arrested as a smuggler.
On account of the knaveries which brough him into court, Bixiou nicknamed him "Tricks at Cards."
If a man of eminence robs his creditors, or is guilty of other knaveries, is he not always assured of impunity?