craftiness


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Synonyms for craftiness

Synonyms for craftiness

shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception

the quality of being crafty

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The action in the middle failed to match the intensity and craftiness one associates with India- Pakistan encounters.
All it takes is a little craftiness and knowledge to alleviate the stress of bad credit score.
Jack is famous for his craftiness with creative deals and is an expert in single family houses, options, leases, and creative financing among others.
However, due to the remoteness of this possibility and the rarity of cases in which it will actually arise, (134) the countervailing considerations of efficiency, fairness, finality, and logical consistency likely outweigh any concern for the craftiness of particularly clever, irresponsible defendants.
I think that things are still kind of throttled--but in a 'normal' way, so Iran's Internet is back to its normal, everyday level of craftiness.
Then again, for its part Eden adds a twist to the Mesopotamian version with the mention of the snake's outstanding craftiness ('arum).
Thus, after encountering the craftiness of More's Richard and allowing his villainy to direct the scene, Shakespeare discovers not only a structure for other scenes of betrayal but also a master playwright--one who can woo a woman who hates him and deceive the crowds at Baynard Castle with a staged coronation drama, only losing his audience when the princes' murderer is allowed to play the critic.
Pastor Nebuchadnezzar is the type of Pastor Suuru in Midnight Hotel (1986) while Baba Fawomi, the Ifa priest, is the type of Baba Soye, the Ifa priest in Farewell to a Cannibal Rage, a man that divines for people through manipulation and craftiness.
This craftiness is characteristic not only of the nun Thullananda and the monks belonging to the "Group of Six" (along with their nun-counterparts), but also of the monk Udayi, who is similar in nature to Thullananda.
Even threads she initially scored as a joke for costume parties, like a snazzy Mexican muumuu, end up being incorporated into her everyday wardrobe with a smidge of craftiness, like a wide three-buckle belt.
Three-and-a-half decades of craftiness and more than 100 years of teddy bears are on the exhibition menu at two North East museums this month.
While it's common to suspect squeaky clean celebs are hiding a dark side (or a least a diva side) Swift's critics often focus on her seemingly endless innocence, not craftiness.
Then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of people in their deceitful scheming.
We're not really a flashy team by any stretch of the imagination but he's got that guile and craftiness to him that can set us apart in certain ways.
But he's got a lot of guile and craftiness that can set us apart in certain ways and we need that.