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How to use trickily in a sentence

One who does business trickily; a person without professional honor: used chiefly of lawyers; as, pettifoggers and shysters.
BY ADVICE OF COUNSELARTHUR TRAIN
The poet had acted trickily, after his wonted habit, though in all likelihood with the design of doing Bolingbroke a service.
THE AGE OF POPEJOHN DENNIS
Fought for it fairly when fairness served best, and trickily when trickiness seemed more profitable.
AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE, VOLUME 16, NO. 3, OCTOBER, 1905VARIOUS
Next to this motive principle is his desire to make money dishonestly, trickily, meanly, and shabbily.
CAMPFIRE AND BATTLEFIELDROSSITER JOHNSON
He felt offended, as if he had been trickily defeated in an argument.
GARGOYLESBEN HECHT
The champagne was bubbling trickily in the veins of the mercurial statesmen.
CABBAGES AND KINGSO. HENRY
The prayer was long, intolerably and trickily eloquent and rhetorical, very self-conscious.
A TRAMP'S NOTEBOOKMORLEY ROBERTS

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