dirty trick

NOUN
  1. an unkind or aggressive trick
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How To Use dirty trick In A Sentence

  • If the year has not yet given you your fill of American politics, you might be tempted by this drama about presidential hopefuls using dirty tricks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Genuine opposition parties have been subjected to dirty tricks ahead of the election. Times, Sunday Times
  • Genuine opposition parties have been subjected to dirty tricks ahead of the election. Times, Sunday Times
  • The party chairman accused the opposition of dirty tricks in their election campaign.
  • A: All one needs to do to assess whether one side fights dirtier is to review the latest and best dirty tricks of the current election cycle. How to Rig an Election? Ask the Author - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com
  • But an appeal found she had been the victim of dirty tricks. Times, Sunday Times
  • The party chairman accused the opposition of dirty tricks in their election campaign.
  • If these people turned off their TV sets and actually researched the issues they would not end up being led around like sheep by right wing entertainers posing as "newsmen" and Republican dirty tricks operatives. Fears fuel emotional health care protests
  • It was a dirty trick, freeze me if it wasn't; but you can _allers_ find a white man to do a mean trick, when you can't a copperskin; The Lost Trail
  • So there have been allegations of dirty tricks, deceptions and double dealing.
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