bag of tricks

  1. a supply of ways of accomplishing something
    every good mechanic has a large bag of tricks
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How To Use bag of tricks In A Sentence

  • Be careful not to stumble against that table, or you'll upset the whole bag of tricks.
  • They had exhausted their bag of tricks in their attempts to lobby the legislature.
  • He's better than any parts per million air sampler you've got in your bag of tricks. SNOWJOB
  • The IRS would then move to close these loopholes, a process that will take years, the number of years lengthened, of course, by even beadier-eyed (but better dressed) attorneys who will use every legal dodge in their legal dodge bag of tricks in order to save their rich clients 'untaxed wealth so as to mightily increase their own. The Moderate Voice
  • Be careful what you're doing. If you stumble against that table you'll upset the whole bag of tricks.
  • Instead of competing with these fantasies, I counter with culinary theatrics from my surreal bag of tricks.
  • With a cricket ball in hand, his transformation from social knave to spellbinding performer is as magical as his bag of tricks.
  • every good mechanic has a large bag of tricks
  • Preachers at black churches are the last people left in the English-speaking world who know the schemes and tropes of classical rhetoric: parallelism, antithesis, epistrophe, synec-doche, metonymy, periphrasis, litotes-the whole bag of tricks. The Two Malcontents
  • Once he segued into television, audiences were able to see him do everything from his bag of tricks.
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