10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TRICKISHLY»
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And in that 'Picnic' he found his own forgotten work, 'In the Open Air,' the same
light key of color, the same artistic formula, but softened, trickishly rendered, spoilt
by skin-deep elegance, everything being 'arranged' with infinite skill to satisfy ...
The Spelling Dictionary: Or, a Collection of All the Common ...
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triangle triangulartriangularly triangularness tribe tribulation tribunal tribune
tribuneship tributary tributariness tribute trice trice'nnial trick trickish trickishly
Harvey's A. B. C. domestic code, with appendix: 14000 code ...
Do not acknowledge his (their) Liability trickery We (I) do not acknowledge any
liability (for — ) trickish Your Limit is too low by — trickishly Your limit is too high
by — trickles Your limit is too low; might work at — . . trickling Your limit is too high
But these miserable wretches, who filch from us trickishly a goading, unwilling
secret — who, slowly and unrelentingly, sap our vital blood by constantly
threatening to bring this secret into a horrid publicity, to rob us of our honor, to
attach a ...
Burmese Pocket Dictionary
o85c8&, adv. trickishly. — ooS, v. to involve. — eoS, v. to distort. — <b, v. to
wrench off. — coS, v. to twist; to be deceitful. — oogS, v. to circumvent. . v. to be
clever in management. , ii. the orange. c8& 1, v. to roll along over and over. c8& '3
, verb ...
Adoniram Judson, Frank Dennison Phinney, Frederick Howard Eveleth, 1887
is the hiss and sneer of a trickishly gained victory ; the laughter in ey, "Hey-hey ! ",
expresses contempt at a worsted wretch who is now at our mercy ; the laugh in
oh, " Hohoh ! " is a scoff of self-exaltation, as if to say, Is it possible that you could
Edward C. Hegeler, Paul Carus, 1898
Journal of the American Oriental Society
On the other hand, since the substance may not be an imitation, but may have
been tampered with, and expressly made hollow, blown with air, fissured, or the
like, trickishly, let that be looked out for, and made manifest, with regard to metals,
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Der.tricker, trick ster; trickery (doublet of treachery, q. v.); trickish, trickishly,
trickishness; also tricksy, fullof tricks (formed by adding y to the pl. tricks), Temp. v.
226. And see trigger,trick (2), trick(3). TRICK(2), todress out, adorn.(F. –L.) 'Which
Thayendanegea: An Historico-military Drama
... Sending therewith (the missives neatly bagged By a recourse to shady artifice)
370 Scripts of the Massachusetts Governor — Of Oliver, his able adjutant —
Penned months before being trickishly unearthed, (All but two mild ones of the
The English general Baptists of the seventeenth century
I take them,.g-enerally, to be cordial, open, and frank exp!-essers of their
sentiments. If they thought, that St. Paulis command of receiving one another did
reach the case, they would not interpret it trickishly. They wouldconclude, that
what God ...
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