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Definition of "hackery" [hack•er•y]

  • Advocacy of a position when motivated by political allegiance, public relations interests, or for other reasons considered crass compared to personal conviction. (noun)
  • A two-wheeled cart used in Asia. (noun)

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Use "hackery" in a sentence
  • "You got yourself, because your hackery is self-evident."
  • "Geokstr, did you page Hans, or ias this simply the new low in hackery?"
  • "An embarrassing but relatively minor incident of low-rent political hackery is probably the most flattering light that can be cast upon McDonnell at this point."