[ UK /tɹˈɪkɐ/ ]
- someone who plays practical jokes on others
How To Use tricker In A Sentence
- But there was an element of delusion, mild trickery even, about this process.
- Modder River, when all day long most of our men were quite unable to discover on which side of the stream the Boer entrenchments were, and in what they called clever trickery, but we called treachery, they are absolutely unsurpassable. With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back
- The main victim here is the “abstentionist” movement who is told that the main trickery of Chavez IS NOT the electoral registry, at least at presidential election level. Electoral registry irregularities and Perez Oramas on the uselessness of voting
- My family's name has been besmirched by your victory over me, but your trickery can't hope to save you now.
- But this isn't computer trickery. Times, Sunday Times
- Many of the great moves are down to camera trickery, but I have picked up a few party tricks! The Sun
- Show makers used green screen trickery to make the stars fly. The Sun
- The Friedman-Stricker article discusses a particular event in the liver that could trigger the hunger signal: a shift away from "oxidative metabolism" (the Krebs cycle for making energy out of anything) to direct production of glucose and ketone bodies (gluconeogenesis and ketogenesis - remember these from "diabetes is like starvation" above?). Sun Bloggers
- The film may not be as elegant as the previous financial procedurals, and Costa-Gavras' brief forays into cinematic trickery threaten our suspension of disbelief.
- This show is the story of his short career in confidence trickery.