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not to be trusted
"how extraordinarily slippery a liar the camera is"- James Agee
having concealed difficulty
"a catchy question"; "a tricky recipe to follow"
crafty, cunning, dodgy, foxy, guileful, knavish, slick, sly, tricksy, tricky, wilyadjective
marked by skill in deception
"cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dick"; "a wily old attorney"
hard to deal with, complicated
They were in a tricky situation.
adept at using deception
A tricky salesman can sell anything.
given to tricks; practicing deception; trickish; knavish
Tricky is an English musician and actor. As a producer and a musician, he is noted for a dark, rich and layered sound and a whispering sprechgesang lyrical style. Culturally, Tricky blends different styles, particularly in his musical fusion of rock and hip hop, high art and pop culture. His debut album Maxinquaye was nominated for the Mercury Prize and voted Album of the Year by NME Magazine.
Song lyrics by tricky -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by tricky on the Lyrics.com website.
The numerical value of Tricky in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Tricky in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of Tricky in a Sentence
The work we have done today gives me encouragement and I have a good feeling with the car, the track conditions at the end of the day saw the temperatures drop quite a lot and that's why we saw drivers making mistakes and running wide. It's going to be tricky during qualifying tomorrow.
I don’t think the queen would be paying the settlement money, however, she could possibly be paying some of the funds to the charity. It just wouldn’t sit well with people if the queen contributed financially to the settlement itself. But the situation does put her in a tricky spot as a queen and as a mother. Every parent wants to help their children, but in her case, she has all of the public’s eyes on her.
We were very subtle with it ... Every tiny adjustment to say just how much eyes open or close, how much eye whites you see on the inside or outside of the irises, they all have an emotional meaning for us as humans, but if ... you push it, you snap the connection of the photo realism of the image that you're seeing with behavior that is of a different sort ... It was a very tricky thing.
It's always tricky with these conditions -- the wind was going back and forth, some people got headwind, some people got tailwind. I'm just really happy to come away with another win and another record.
If you're deciding you want to make your own rules, and you still want access to the European markets, that's a tricky negotiation and I don't see any way that that can be concluded by the end of next year, if Boris Johnson's serious and Boris Johnson says,' right, we're going to legislate that we're out no matter what in 2020,' Boris Johnson's going to find that very difficult unless Boris Johnson's prepared to make a lot of concessions to Europe.
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- knifflig, heikel, gerissen, schwierigGerman
- δυσνόητος, περίπλοκος, μπερδεμένοςGreek
- dificultoso, dificultosa, difícilSpanish
- petlik, täbar, keeruline, kavalEstonian
- tukala, hankala, ovela, juonikasFinnish
- épineux, retors, malin, rusée, complexe, délicat, compliqué, ruséFrench
- difficile, pericoloso, insidioso, ingannevoleItalian
- ancipiti captioni isseLatin
- netelige, listige, listig, neteligDutch
- complicada, complicadoPortuguese
- щекотливый, каверзный, оборотистый, ловкий, пронырливыйRussian
- listig, lurig, knepig, meckigSwedish
- güç, aldatıcı, kurnaz, zorTurkish
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