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Use "machiavellian" in a sentence
"She has just burned a bridge too many and represents the kind of machiavellian politics people want to see the back of."
"Sugar suggested the young apprentices might actually be better than their adult equivalents, who have amused audiences for years with their fondness for business jargon, machiavellian plotting and bulletproof self-belief."
"The machiavellian menial Tranio, pretending to be his master Lucentio, has won a assent of Bianca's father to matrimony with him by boasting of his father's huge wealth."