from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who employs chicane or chicanery; a sophistical or tricky opponent or disputant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who uses chicanery.
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- noun One who uses
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French synonyms: chiner/she-nay/(to look for bargains) débattre (to discuss, debate a price) chicaner (to quibble over), lésiner = to skimp on
French synonyms: chiner /she-nay/ (to look for bargains) débattre (to discuss, debate a price) chicaner (to quibble over), lésiner = to skimp on
Traditionally modern rhetoric in the media and in the political landscape have primarily looked down in disdain at overblown management (and over-management) sectors or at ballooning bureaucracies and their machinery (or chicaner), which have appeared over the past decades to have grown like weeds on a Kansas landscape during rainy season. click here.
He read it carefully, then he tore it up, "having always determined," he said, "not to (chicaner) go pettifogging for (or, dispute) his life."
There can be no defence of the Oxford administration, for the manner in which it separated England from its allies and treated with a monarch who was well known to it as a political chicaner.
We v. ill not tire (he reader h other inllBni-cs of his artifiee and chicaner) '.
N'allez pas chicaner, Lecteur impertinent) (Le bâtiment à part, la Dame qui l'habite