trickiest

tricky

[trik-ee]
adjective, trickier, trickiest.
1.
given to or characterized by deceitful tricks; crafty; wily.
2.
skilled in clever tricks or dodges.
3.
deceptive, uncertain, or difficult to deal with or handle.

Origin:
1780–90; trick + -y1

trickily, adverb
trickiness, noun


1. artful, sly, shrewd. 2. skillful, adroit. 3. doubtful, unpredictable, unreliable, perilous.
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tricky (ˈtrɪkɪ)
 
adj , trickier, trickiest
1.  involving snags or difficulties: a tricky job
2.  needing careful and tactful handling: a tricky situation
3.  characterized by tricks; sly; wily: a tricky dealer
 
'trickily
 
adv
 
'trickiness
 
n

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