from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Trickery; a trick.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete trickery; artifice.
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- noun rare
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His words to the brethren took a higher and a humbler tone, which surprised them, for even they were used to see bishoprics looked upon as plums, and sought with every device of dodgery.
'Now, old' un! 'cried Fascination, in his light raillery,' what dodgery are you up to next, sitting there with your eyes shut?
Hands up the cunning laimh who crafted this fundamentally flawed piece of artful dodgery.
I would bet that a careful, thorough, and scrupulous audit would turn up much more tax dodgery on the part of tax-cheat-Franken.
‘Now, old ‘un!’ cried Fascination, in his light raillery, ‘what dodgery are you up to next, sitting there with your eyes shut?
"Not a bit, sir," growled the big sailor; "but there seems to be some sort o 'dodgery over this here hatchway.
But well, young gentlemen, as I was a-saying, he sights us, and there was no chance for him with us close on his heels but dodgery. "