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trick

noun as in expertise, know-how

noun as in characteristic, habit

noun as in time working at something

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Example Sentences

The biggest trick to digitization right now is meeting customers where they are.

If you were good at finding differences between two pictures as a kid, this will probably do the trick for you in most cases.

The trick is, when you get something right the first time, you haven't learned anything.

The trick is being able to get featured snippets is using a structured process.

An old drug can learn new tricks during the coronavirus pandemic.

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They can be ingested sporadically or used as a mixer throughout the night (though a can of Sprite seems to be the latest trick).

But one extra trick would instantly solve the problem of crashes that occur over water.

The trick has been to create nonstops from cities like Boston that were under-served.

And just last May Glee aired “Old Dog, New Trick,” the first episode scripted by Colfer.

The trick is to be able to recognize the right one when it comes along.

He thrust his tiny tuft of beard between his teeth—a trick he had when perplexed or thoughtful.

I could have sworn I heard a cry, and one of my men spoke in a tone that assured me my imagination had not been playing a trick.

Some were inquisitive enough to ask, Has a treaty been signed or a trick been played upon the rebels?

And the finger he pointed at the girl quivered with the rage that filled him at this trick they had thought to put upon him.

Nothing was out of the ordinary except that the Professor developed an odd trick of continually glancing at his right hand.

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On this page you'll find 314 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trick, such as: conspiracy, deception, device, distortion, fraud, and gimmick.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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