trickish

adjective
trick·​ish | \ ˈtri-kish \

Definition of trickish

: given to or characterized by tricks or trickery : tricky

Other Words from trickish

trickishly adverb
trickishness noun

First Known Use of trickish

1703, in the meaning defined above

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