|sneaky tricks||skulduggery; skullduggery|
|4 runs, major competition, winning of all major competitions, winning of all tricks, winning of the main sporting events in a season; home run with bases loaded (Baseball); winning of all the tricks in a hand (Bridge)||grand slam|
|act of magic, cards from each player in a round, cheat, childish act, cunning deception, deceive; defraud; cheat; practice trickery, deceptive effect of light, made as an imitation for a joke, occasionally symptomatic, of tricks, peculiar habit, perfor...||trick|
|air-to-air missile, punch in boxing, rattlesnake, somebody sneaky, species of rattlesnake that moves across sand by making sideways looping motions with its body (native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States); hard punch made from the side||sidewinder|
|attempt, congratulate; offer a price; plead; summon, call, invite, offer made to pay, offer money at auction, offer price for work, order, say to somebody, see also:takeover bid, state number of tricks, statement of tricks, tender; offer, proposal, try...||bid|
|be eatable or drinkable, be received, be remembered, crash, fail to achieve bridge tricks, go below horizon, leave university at the end of term, malfunction, sink beneath something, suffer disgrace, take place||go down|
|be evasive, carnivorous mammal having a long slender brown body with short legs and a long tail (some species in northern regions turn white in the winter); (Slang) cunning or sneaky person (derogatory), evade, escape; fool, lead astray, be ambiguous; ...||weasel|
|begging, imploration; invocation, incantation; sorcery, magic, invocation of supernatural force, magic spell, magic trick, performance of tricks||conjuration|
|bid for too many tricks, bid more than worth of something, higher bid, make a price offer for more money than an item is worth; place a bid for more tricks than can be won (Cards); make a higher bid than||overbid|
|bid to take no tricks (Card Games)||nullo|
|bridge in which all tricks count||auction bridge|
|call in solo whist, hand winning no tricks||misère|
|card game of winning tricks, get the better of a rival, gain an advantage over an opponent, thwart an opponent at euchre, thwarting of an opponent at euchre, type of card game||euchre|
|cheater, one who performs tricks, one who tricks||tricker|
|close-fitting, seductive, stealthy, furtive, sneaky; clinging and provocative (of clothing)||slinky|
|command solemnly, implore, appeal; invoke, summon; perform magic, bewitch, influence with spell, invoke supposed supernatural forces, perform magic tricks||conjure|
|conjurer or illusionist, somebody who supposedly practices sorcery, somebody with exceptional ability, wizard, sorcerer, one who practices the art of magic; conjurer, performer of magic tricks||magician|
|conjuring tricks, inexplicable things, of or for magic, of or pertaining to magic; used in magic; created by means of magic; enchanting, charming, particularly important, practice of magic, sorcery, witchcraft, ability to supernaturally control natural...||magic|
|dubious activity, tricks||monkey business|
|entertainer who performs tricks, sorcerer||conjurer; conjuror|
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