Definition of 'underhanded'
Example sentences containing 'underhanded'
Everybody in the county was aware of Jasper's talent for underhanded dealing, you probably considered him an answer to your prayers.SOMETHING IN THE WATER (1999)
It also accounts -- the sinking of the Edinburgh, I mean -- for the rather underhanded decision to use the San Andreas.SAN ANDREAS (1999)
Then I decided that I would show up and let you know what I thought of such despicable, underhanded behaviour.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (1999)
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