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Synonyms for trick

Synonyms for trick

the proper method for doing, using, or handling something

a clever, dexterous act


a limited, often assigned period of activity, duty, or opportunity

to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

trick out: to dress in formal or special clothing

so weak or defective as to be liable to fail

Synonyms for trick

a cunning or deceitful action or device

a period of work or duty

an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent

Related Words

a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement

a prostitute's customer

(card games) in a single round, the sequence of cards played by all the players

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Move on to a trick that your dog can already perform successfully and end with him receiving a nice reward.
In the episode which went out in April, the killer trick was the Bullet Catch, which has killed 12 magicians who tried to catch a bullet in their teeth.
Cartoon-like illustrations enhance the directions for these illusion tricks including "Rising Pen" and "Jumping Coin.
Without trying all the tricks, the accuracy of the instructions can't be verified, and the author's qualifications are not mentioned anywhere, but it made fascinating reading.
The illustrations are integral to the book, often showing how the trick is done and adding interest throughout.
Barry Aubrey, his business partner at Trick and Aubrey vehicle and body repairs in Neath, has said Mr Trick had no health or money worries.
Trick number three involves encouraging employees to take unpaid "career breaks" to save on the salary bill.
In this country it is often carried out by unsupervised youngsters and seems to mean "Give me a treat or I will trick you
Extreme snowboarding tricks like this one helped Shaun win a coveted gold medal in last February's Winter Olympics.
If you read the instructions for a magic trick and go right out and show someone, chances are it won't work, you'll forget something, or you will get caught.
Exploring the greater collective existence and being, The Sorcerer's Trick enlightens the reader to the grand plethora of the intuitive, the poetic, the practical, the iconoclastic, and the useless.
I pray that I don't fumble a trick, that I convey theological lessons clearly, and that I show the audience a few moments of joy and awe.
At the start of a trick, the string near the counterweight rests between the player's fingers, but later the player repeatedly releases and catches either the string or the counterweight.