NOUN
  1. artful trickery designed to achieve an end
    the senator's tax program was mere jugglery
  2. the performance of a juggler
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How To Use jugglery In A Sentence

  • Thurlow Weed declared that the people had been "juggled" out of a candidate for governor; but Weed did not know that Van Buren, needing money to help along the jugglery, wrote James A. Hamilton, the son of the great Federalist, that unless "you do more in New York than you promised, our friends in A.bany, at best poor, will break down. A Political History of the State of New York, Volumes 1-3
  • 'It is what some are pleased to call jugglery, 'he answered, with a light, hard laugh. Can Such Things Be
  • Miss Delany tripped past me in her sky-blue tights to hold the audience spellbound with her jugglery, and spin plates and throw glittering knives until the satiated people turned to welcome Horan and his "cogged" dumbbells and clubs. The Maids of Paradise
  • Jugglery, sleight-of-hand, fencing and acrobatics provided variety.
  • Mullaperiyar row: Dont's resort to 'jugglery': SC tells Kerala WN.com - Articles related to Anand Sharma favours treating fisheries on a par with agriculture
  • 'It is what some are pleased to call jugglery,' he answered, with a light, hard laugh. Can Such Things Be
  • All wisdom was now confined to a species of "word jugglery," which in Athens was dignified as "the art of disputation. Christianity and Greek Philosophy or, the relation between spontaneous and reflective thought in Greece and the positive teaching of Christ and His Apostles
  • But, in fact, the bartender does much more than that - he engages customers in entertaining conversation; he gives them the occasional surprise cocktail instead of sticking to the tried and tested stuff; he may even throw in some bar tool jugglery, which is called 'flair bartending'. Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'
  • They dominate the trapeze and engage in various balancing acts which includes foot jugglery and balancing on top of ladder.
  • They will participate in jugglery, stilt walking, acrobatics and a hundred other unusual programmes.
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