trickery


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verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way

the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract money from them)

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The fact is that election trickery needs to be stopped on the night of the election, or even before the election.
Sources have revealed that digital trickery can be done, and the scene involving the late actor can have conversations where he is not focused but the people that the actor seems to talk to are focused instead.
BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS, Extremely Sorry, the final chapter of the Flip trilogy, will be available in skateshops worldwide--and skaters from the cracked sidewalks of Sao Paulo to the glistening marble of Shenzhen will be wetting their collective pants at the onslaught of hate, kill, destroy-inspired trickery.
In the promo Oliver can be seen dressing as all the members of Village People using camera trickery.
Already there has been criticism that computer trickery has been used to shave about two stone off her.
District Judge Kathleen Cardone in El Paso concluded that federal authorities used trickery, fraud and deceit in trying to pursue a criminal case against him.
However during the shoot, Mitchell had to resort to trickery to capture the grin on camera.
I BELIEVE Garcia should be handed a starting role on Saturday as he is a real threat and would provide too much pace and trickery for the Everton veterans like Weir and Stubbs to cope with.
Shape-shifting is offered as a choice, but tension results when choice is withdrawn through trickery.
Via some audio trickery, Clear Channel made it sound as though pirate signals from 'Radio Free Ohio' were bleeding into several of the other stations it owns.
There is much debate among the characters about how such feats are achieved, the possible trickery involved, and the scientific or spiritual meaning of the phenomena.
He loved one woman Elizabeth but lost her through trickery by another of the king's warriors, Sir John Molyns.
Wittgenstein, Hitchcock, Grace Kelly, James Stewart, even Alice (the little/big girl from Wonderland), all have lines in the script, describing a space in which glazed and mirrored surfaces catch visitors' peripheral vision, causing volumes to open up, merge and distort with theatrical trickery.