Definition of "trickeries" [trickeries]

  • Plural form of trickery. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "trickeries" in a sentence
  • "Director Toby Frow has opted for the longer, more knockabout B and fills it with stage trickeries of giant puppets, zombie-like devils (à la Michael Jackson's "Thriller"), a pantomime-boy-style Lucifer (Gwendoline Christie dropping in from the flies) and a Monty Pythonesque papal court (cackling cardinals and self-pleasuring pontiff)."
  • "“And with hexameters and trimeters too, I hope,” interrupted Raleigh: “and all the trickeries of self-pleasing sorrow.”"
  • "The CNE not only cannot afford to be discovered for the trickeries it has been doing all along, but it will reinforce them so as to discourage opposition voters to go to the polls."