Definition of 'trickery'
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The producers used body doubles and some digital trickery to fill in the gaps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The left back showed electrifying pace, trickery and endeavour to get beyond the defence. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This is a young player with pace, trickery, awareness and a great eye for goal. The Sun (2016)Show makers used green screen trickery to make the stars fly. The Sun (2009)Weak in the challenge and susceptible to pace and trickery in defence. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Computer trickery also helps make them appear impossibly beautiful. The Sun (2010)Each manufacturer has an exotic name for its own school of digital trickery. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His speed and trickery can inject life into a team and a game. The Sun (2006)Fans claimed the team missed his pace and trickery. The Sun (2014)Both players can produce pace and trickery on the wing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Their academy coaches have always recognised the pace and trickery of the winger who has now added consistency to his game. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No need for digital trickery there. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But once upon a time, he had to use trickery for such a treat. The Sun (2010)So her natural lumps and bumps have magically disappeared through computer trickery, far right. The Sun (2009)You look at their forward line, they have a lot of pace and trickery. The Sun (2013)Struggled with pace and trickery of Thomas. The Sun (2011)They were often magicians and practiced sleight of hand, and their use of trickery smacked of deceit. A Short Guide to Writing About History (1995)But this isn't computer trickery. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A new website gives dads the chance to swap places with their youngsters with the help of some computer trickery. The Sun (2008)But this year you can use camera trickery to instantly shed a stone - without Photoshop. The Sun (2014)Many still consider it to be the best war photograph, but its reputation has been dogged for 30 years by allegations of possible camera trickery. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many of the great moves are down to camera trickery, but I have picked up a few party tricks! The Sun (2009)
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