from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of skullduggery.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A devious device or trick.
- n. Underhanded or unscrupulous behavior.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See skulduddery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
My cohort in skulduggery Jesse just (and when I say just I mean four or five days ago) posted a nice blurb on the strange and stupid phenomenon of using “gay” as an adjective to describe things other than a person who is a homosexual.
A side story of skulduggery is more dramatic still, if potentially litigious: as Lahey tells it, a former distributor of Sullivan St breads hired former Sullivan St bakers to start his own bakery, opened suddenly with an extremely similar product line, and started making deliveries to Sullivan St customers with no notice of a change of vendor — initially in stockpiled bags with the Sullivan St name and logo, yet.
Picasso's "Guernica," while the warthog's kin, the babirusa, gives new meaning to the word skulduggery: On occasion, one of its two pairs of curving tusks will grow up and around and pierce right into its skull.
More title skulduggery - when I wrote the high-fantasy duology that would become, in the United States, "The Hidden Queen" and "Changer of Days" - well - that book was originally written as ONE BOOK, and that one book's name was "Changer of Days".
Gounden said he and Radebe prided themselves on not being involved in any "skulduggery", and took the allegations made in the
More title skulduggery - when I wrote the high-fantasy duology that would become, in the United States, “The Hidden Queen” and “Changer of Days” - well - that book was originally written as ONE BOOK, and that one book’s name was “Changer of Days”.
But alleged "skulduggery" in the funeral business may be partly to blame for LifeArt's shaky grip on life.
Can they really be such slow learners that they haven't figured out how angry the voters anout that kind of skulduggery?
The vote has already seeb a damaging row, with the Government accused of "skulduggery" over the process to replace Michael Martin.
This is the kind of skulduggery that we hope fervently will be quashed under the next presidential administration.
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