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Tricksy, 1) full of tricks and devices: “my t. spirit,” Tp. V, 226. 2) quaint (see trick vb. and trick subst. 9): “I do know a many fools . . . garnished like him, that for a t. word defy the matter,” Merch. III, 5, 74.
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