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Meanings of Trickish:

adjective

Having or showing skill in achieving one's aims by indirect or deceitful methods.

Usage examples:

His acts to my knowledge were found to be trickish and deceitful

Meanings of Trickle:

verb

(of a liquid) flow in a small stream.

Usage examples:

A solitary tear trickled down her cheek
noun

A small flow of liquid.

Usage examples:

A trickle of blood

Trickle down

ˌtrɪk.əlˈdaʊn

Meanings of Trickle down:

phrasal verb

(of wealth) gradually benefit the poorest as a result of the increasing wealth of the richest.

Usage examples:

Investment in the country's natural resources is failing to trickle down to the local population
adjective

Relating to the idea that poor people experience positive effects when rich people get richer and spend more money

Usage examples:

The westernized elite dominate economically, but there is no trickle-down economic benefit to the u…

Meanings of Trickled:

verb

(of a liquid) flow in a small stream.

Usage examples:

A solitary tear trickled down her cheek
noun

A small flow of liquid.

Usage examples:

A trickle of blood

Trickles

ˈtrɪk.əl

Meanings of Trickles:

verb

(of a liquid) flow in a small stream.

Usage examples:

A solitary tear trickled down her cheek
noun

A small flow of liquid.

Usage examples:

A trickle of blood

Trickling

ˈtrɪk.əl

Meanings of Trickling:

verb

(of a liquid) flow in a small stream.

Usage examples:

A solitary tear trickled down her cheek
noun

A small flow of liquid.

Usage examples:

A trickle of blood

Meanings of Tricks:

noun

A cunning act or scheme intended to deceive or outwit someone.

Usage examples:

He's a double-dealer capable of any mean trick
verb

Cunningly deceive or outwit.

Usage examples:

Many people have been tricked by villains with false identity cards
adjective

Intended or used to deceive or mystify, or to create an illusion.

Usage examples:

A trick question

Tricksiest

ˈtrɪk.si

Meanings of Tricksiest:

adjective

Playful or mischievous.

Usage examples:

Bawer is quite plainly a talented writer, but he is also tricksy, and he has a tendency to overload…

Meanings of Trickster:

noun

A person who cheats or deceives people.

Usage examples:

The budding scientists of today will need to prepare themselves to do battle with silliness, impost…

Tricksters

ˈtrɪk.stər

Meanings of Tricksters:

noun

A person who cheats or deceives people.

Usage examples:

The budding scientists of today will need to prepare themselves to do battle with silliness, impost…

Tricksy

ˈtrɪk.si

Meanings of Tricksy:

adjective

Playful or mischievous.

Usage examples:

Bawer is quite plainly a talented writer, but he is also tricksy, and he has a tendency to overload…

Meanings of Tricky:

adjective

(of a task, problem, etc.) requiring care and skill because difficult or awkward.

Usage examples:

Applying eyeliner can be a tricky business

Triclad

ˈtrʌɪklad

Meanings of Triclad:

noun

A free-living flatworm of an order characterized by having a gut with three branches, including the planarians.

Usage examples:

We have searched for hox and parahox genes in several flatworm groups spanning from freshwater tric…

Meanings of Triclads:

noun

A free-living flatworm of an order characterized by having a gut with three branches, including the planarians.

Usage examples:

We have searched for hox and parahox genes in several flatworm groups spanning from freshwater tric…

Meanings of Triclinia:

noun

A dining table with couches along three sides, used in ancient rome.

Usage examples:

You can see how a triclinium was used to entertain in another fresco, the symposium scene from the …

Meanings of Triclinic:

adjective

Of or denoting a crystal system or three-dimensional geometrical arrangement having three unequal oblique axes.

Usage examples:

Such switching behaviour can be attributed to the kinematic partitioning of a bulk triclinic strain…

Meanings of Triclinium:

noun

A dining table with couches along three sides, used in ancient rome.

Usage examples:

You can see how a triclinium was used to entertain in another fresco, the symposium scene from the …

Tricolor

ˈtrɪkələ

Meanings of Tricolor:

noun

A flag with three bands or blocks of different colours, especially the french national flag with equal upright bands of blue, white, and red.

Usage examples:

The flag is a tricolor with blue, white, and green fields and a red star on the triangular white fi…
adjective

Having three colours.

Usage examples:

The gull has a distinctive tricoloured bill

Meanings of Tricolored:

adjective

Having three colours.

Usage examples:

The gull has a distinctive tricoloured bill
noun

A flag with three bands or blocks of different colours, especially the french national flag with equal upright bands of blue, white, and red.

Usage examples:

The flag is a tricolor with blue, white, and green fields and a red star on the triangular white fi…

Meanings of Tricolors:

noun

A flag with three bands or blocks of different colours, especially the french national flag with equal upright bands of blue, white, and red.

Usage examples:

The flag is a tricolor with blue, white, and green fields and a red star on the triangular white fi…
adjective

Having three colours.

Usage examples:

The gull has a distinctive tricoloured bill

Meanings of Tricolour:

noun

A flag with three bands or blocks of different colours, especially the french national flag with equal upright bands of blue, white, and red.

Usage examples:

The flag is a tricolor with blue, white, and green fields and a red star on the triangular white fi…
adjective

Having three colours.

Usage examples:

The gull has a distinctive tricoloured bill

Tricorn

ˈtrʌɪkɔːn

Meanings of Tricorn:

adjective

(of a hat) having a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

A tricorn hat decorated by a plume
noun

A hat with a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

He stood by the fireplace in a worn uniform, his tricorn under his arm, tapping his fingers on the …

Meanings of Tricorne:

adjective

(of a hat) having a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

A tricorn hat decorated by a plume
noun

A hat with a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

He stood by the fireplace in a worn uniform, his tricorn under his arm, tapping his fingers on the …

Meanings of Tricornes:

noun

A hat with a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

He stood by the fireplace in a worn uniform, his tricorn under his arm, tapping his fingers on the …
adjective

(of a hat) having a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

A tricorn hat decorated by a plume

Tricorns

ˈtrʌɪkɔːn

Meanings of Tricorns:

noun

A hat with a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

He stood by the fireplace in a worn uniform, his tricorn under his arm, tapping his fingers on the …
adjective

(of a hat) having a brim turned up on three sides.

Usage examples:

A tricorn hat decorated by a plume

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