trick´ish|ness

trick|ish «TRIHK ihsh», adjective.
rather tricky.
trick´ish|ly, adverb.
trick´ish|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • trick´si|ness — trick|sy «TRIHK see», adjective. 1. mischievous; playful; frolicsome: »a frolicsome and tricksy creature, full of wild fantastic humours (W. H. Hudson). 2. tricky: »The chopping about has begun to seem tricksy and ornamental (New Stateman).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • trick|i|ness — «TRIHK ee nihs», noun. the quality of being tricky: »He went off chuckling at his own guile and trickiness (Sunday Times) …   Useful english dictionary

  • trick´ish|ly — trick|ish «TRIHK ihsh», adjective. rather tricky. –trick´ish|ly, adverb. –trick´ish|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • trick|ish — «TRIHK ihsh», adjective. rather tricky. –trick´ish|ly, adverb. –trick´ish|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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  • trick´si|ly — trick|sy «TRIHK see», adjective. 1. mischievous; playful; frolicsome: »a frolicsome and tricksy creature, full of wild fantastic humours (W. H. Hudson). 2. tricky: »The chopping about has begun to seem tricksy and ornamental (New Stateman).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • trick|sy — «TRIHK see», adjective. 1. mischievous; playful; frolicsome: »a frolicsome and tricksy creature, full of wild fantastic humours (W. H. Hudson). 2. tricky: »The chopping about has begun to seem tricksy and ornamental (New Stateman). SYNONYM(S …   Useful english dictionary

  • Loch Ness Monster and popular culture — The Loch Ness Monster is well known throughout Scotland and the rest of the world.LiteratureIn the book The Bogart and the Monster the Loch Ness Monster is actually an invisible shape shifting creature that has become trapped in one form. The… …   Wikipedia

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