It neatly combines a gift for melodrama, a taste for dirty tricks, a powerful imagination and an important objective.
Today's Internet, both more labyrinthian and better organized, offers a far greater wealth of dirty tricks.
Their fight involved propaganda, surveillance, and a plethora of dirty tricks.
Just two years ago, dirty tricks defined the 2010 South Carolina primary for the Republican nomination for Governor.
Republicans specialize in accusing opponents of the dirty tricks they themselves are doing—or planning to do.
But as Jimmy walked away, he said: Rand, dirty tricks dont pay.
“And before Ritter plays some more of his dirty tricks,” added Andy.
If Wyckoff tries any of his dirty tricks around here, we'll fill him so full of holes he'll leak straw.
None of us mean to be fixed by any more of your dirty tricks.'
Explanations, if necessary, can follow later, but one has to take no chances with Fritz and all his dirty tricks.
: the Senate Watergate Committee's chief ''dirty tricks'' investigator
Dishonest or underhanded practices, esp in politics; malicious tactics: make into federal crimes many ''dirty tricks'' in presidential and congressional elections/ Mr Clarke called the indictment ''one of the greatest political dirty tricks of all times''