Reverse Dictionary: TRI – TRIE


TRIAL – NOUNS
FAND; FOND the act of trying; trial, proof, experience …c1250 obs.
FAND; FOND the state of being tried; a trial, a temptation …a1300 obs.
FANDING; FONDING a testing or putting to the proof; a trial …a1300 obs.
HANDSEL; HANSEL the first use, experience, trial, proof, or specimen of anything; first taste, foretaste, first fruits; often with the notion of its being auspicious of what is to follow …1573
SAY an assay, an attempt; a trial piece of work …1723 Sc. & Eng. dial.
SAY-HAND an assay, a trial …1709 Sc.
SAY-PIECE a trial piece of work; a first attempt at anything …1773 Sc. obs.
TEMPTATION a trial …B1900 Eng. dial.
TIRL a round or turn at doing anything; a slight experience or trial of something, a touch, a taste …c1660 chiefly Sc.

TRIAL – VERBS
FAND;  FOND to put to the proof, to try, to test a person or thing; to make trial of one’s strength or skill; to taste food, etc. …c893 obs.
SCANCE to make trial of; to put to the test …1804 Sc.


TRIAL (court) – NOUNS
– a case awaiting trial CALENDAR 1940s sl.
– a legal trial WAIL 1930s US criminals’ sl.
– the day of trial THE DAY OF LAW 1565 obs.

TRIAL (court) – PHRASES
– of a man standing trial: there is every prospect he will be given the maxim sentence HE’S STANDING ON THE TOP STEP 1950 cant

TRIAL (court) – VERBS
– to commit someone for trial FULLY 1849 sl.


TRIANGLE (figure) – NOUNS
– a triangle THREE-SQUARE 1839 Eng. dial.
– either of the sides of a triangle SHANK L16 obs.


TRIANGLE (music) – NOUNS
in music: a triangle TING-A-LING 1941 Amer. dial.


TRIANGULAR – ADJECTIVES
– triangular CATTY-CORNER 1969 Amer. dial.
– triangular CATTY-CORNERED 1954 Amer. dial.
– triangular THREE-BOB-SQUARE 1876 Eng. dial.
– triangular THREE-NOOKED Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– triangular THREE-SQUARE 1896 Eng. dial.


TRIBULATION – NOUNS
– tribulation, trouble, adversity, hurt, suffering DERF c1205 obs.


TRIBUTE – NOUNS
– a tribute or offering to a superior FEE c1369 obs.


TRICK, TRICKED, TRICKERY, TRICKING, TRICKSTER – ADJECTIVES (also see TRICKY)
 ANTIC clownish, amusing, full of tricks; given to fun, capers, or pranks; joking, playful …1902 Amer. dial.
 ANTIC AS A JAYBIRD clownish, amusing, full of tricks; given to fun, capers, or pranks; joking, playful …1917 Amer. dial.
 GAMMOCKY wild, full of tricks …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 GAUDY;  GAWDY full of trickery …a1529 obs.
 GYROTWISTIVE full of tricks and evasions …1869 Amer. sl.
 HAD tricked, hoaxed, deceived …L18 sl.
 KIDLING tricking, cozening …B1900 Eng. dial.
 MADE cheated, tricked …1950s US sl.
 MAGGOTTY frisky, playful, full of tricks, frolicsome …1820 Eng. dial.
 NANNICKING full of apish tricks; trifling …1815 Eng. dial.
– PRESTIGIATORY practising ‘prestigiation’; juggling, conjuring; consisting of tricks, impostures, or illusions; deceptive, delusive …1588 obs.
 UNMONKEYABLE of a person: impervious to trickery …1910s sl.
 
 TRICK etc. – NOUNS
 AFFECT an affectation, a trick …1588
 ANDRAMARTIN a silly trick; nonsense …1894 Ireland
 ANKY-PRANKY trickery, underhand dealing, shuffling …1886 Eng. dial.
 BACKSPANG an underhand trick, esp. a retreat from a bargain …1892 Sc. & N. Ireland
 BAM a story intended to impose upon the credulous; a hoax or imposition; a trick, a joke …1762 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 BEGECK a cheating disappointment; a trick …c1600 obs. exc. Sc.
 BEGINK a befooling or deluding trick; a piece of deception …1725 Sc.
 BEGOKE a trick …Bk1850 
 BEGONK a trick, a disappointment, misfortune …1725 Eng. dial.
 BEGOWK a trick; jilting …Bk1911 Sc.
 BEGUILE a deception, a trick; disappointment …1637 Sc.
 BEGUNK a befooling or deluding trick; a piece of deception; a disappointment, misfortune …1725 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 BOO-BOO a prank, a trick …E20 sl., orig. US
 BUG a trick or hoax …1848 Amer. dial.
 CALEUP a frolic, a merry trick …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 CANTILENE an old song; silly prattle; idle tale, trick …1535 obs.
 CANTRAP a mischievous trick; a magic spell …1830 Amer. dial.
 CANTRIP a spell or charm of necromancy or witchcraft; a witch’s trick or mischievous device; also jocosely, any playfully mischievous trick; any whimsically mad, eccentric, or extravagant piece of conduct …1719
 CAPRICCIO a sudden sportive or fantastic motion; a prank, trick, caper …1665
 CAST a contrivance, device, artifice, trick …c1340 obs.
 CATCH a trick …c1430 obs.
 CHESTNUT a scheme, a trick …L19 sl., orig. US
 CONY-CATCHING trickery; cheating; swindling …L16 cant
 CROOK a crooked piece of conduct; a trick, artifice, wile; deceit, guile, trickery …c1175 obs.
 CUNNY-CATCHING trickery, cheating, swindling …L16 sl.
 DAP a trick, ruse, artifice …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 DEVILMENT mischief, teasing, frolicking, roguery, trickery …1844 Amer. dial.
 DEVILTRY mischief, teasing, frolicking, roguery, trickery, wickedness, devilry …1839 Sc. & Amer. dial.
 DIDOES tricks, antics, eccentric feats …1835 Eng. dial.
 DINGDO a caper, a prank, a trick …1900 Amer. dial.
 DODGERY the use of deception or trickery
 DOG’S TRICK a low or despicable trick; a treacherous or spiteful act; a bad turn …1742 rare
 FADGE a trick …M19 UK criminals’ sl.
 FALLACE deception, trickery, falsehood; deceitfulness …a1300 obs.
 FALLAX deception; guile, trickery; fallacy …1530 obs.
 FALLAXITY deception, guile, trickery; fallacy …c1640 obs.
 FALSE POINT a stroke of deceit; a trick …a1529 obs.
 FAST ONE a trick intended to deceive or defraud; any scheme seen as immoral, corrupt, or underhand …1923 US sl.
 FLANKER a trick or swindle, a hoax …1923 Brit. sl., orig. services’ usage
 FLY a trick, a ‘dodge’ …1861 sl.
 GADGE a trick …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 GAFF a gimmick, a hidden trick …1960s sl.
 GALLIARDISE gaiety, mirth, revelry; also, a merry trick …c1570 arch.
 GAME, THE deception, trickery …1950s African-American sl.
 GAMES tricks, wiles, schemes, manoeuvres …1660
 GAMMET fun, frolic, sport; a game, joke, whim, trick …1865 Eng. dial.
 GAMMETTING frolicking, whims, tricks, pranks …1873 Eng. dial.
 GAMMOCK a joke, a trick, a prank; rough play …1819 Eng. dial.
 GAMMON a joke, trick; play, sport, merriment …1869 Eng. dial.
 GAMUT fun, frolic, sport; a game, joke, whim, trick …1865 Eng. dial.
 GANSPEL a trick, caper …1929 Sc.
 GAUD a trick, a prank; often, a device to deceive, a piece of trickery, a pretense; also, a game, sport, or pastime …a1300 obs.
 GAUDERY trickery …a1529 obs.
 GAWD a trick, a prank; often, a device to deceive, a piece of trickery, a pretense; also, a game, sport, or pastime …a1300 obs.
 GAWDRY trickery …a1529 obs.
 GEGG a trick, a hoax, a practical joke …1855 Sc.
 GUM-GAME a trick, dodge, or scheme …1840 US sl.
 GUY a trick or hoax; a prank, a jest, a joke …1854 Amer. sl.
 GYP a trick or swindle …1914 sl., orig. US
 HAMGAMS antics, tricks …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 HAMLIN a wile, a trick …Bk1905 Sc.
 HANKY-PANKY jugglery, legerdemain; trickery, double dealing, underhand dealing; dishonest or corrupt activity; deceit …1841 sl.
 HANKY-PANKYING humbugging, cheating, tricking …1868 Eng. dial.
 HAWKERY-PAWKERY deceit, unfairness, trickery, hocus-pocus …B1900 Eng. dial.
 HENKY-PENKY trickery, underhand dealing, shuffling …1886 Eng. dial.
 HICCIUS DOCIUS a formula used by a juggler when performing a trick; a feat of dexterity; a clever trick  …L17 rare
 HOCUS-POCUS a juggler’s trick; thus any form of imposture, trickery …E18 sl.
– HOOK AND SNIVEY;  HOOK AND SNIVVY;  HOOKEM-SNIVEY;  HOOKUM-SNIVEY an imposture or deceit; trickery …1781 Eng. dial. & sl.
 HOOKER a trick or concealed drawback; a catch …1966 Amer. sl.
 HYPE originally applied specifically to the deliberate giving of short change, and hence to any cheating or trickery …1926 sl., orig. US
 ILL-PRAT a mischievous trick …Bk1905 Sc.
 ILL TRICK a mischievous trick …1899 Sc.
 IRISH TRICK a dirty trick …1966 Amer. dial.
 ITEM an intention, purpose; a crafty design; a trick; a fancy, a fad …1887 Eng. dial.
 JACK-UP a fraudulent or dishonest practice or arrangement; a trick, a hoax, a swindle …1945 NZ sl.
 JAPE a trick, a device to deceive or cheat …a1300 obs.
 JAPERY trickery, deception …1496 obs.
 JEOPARDY a device, trick, stratagem …1375 obs.
 JUNT a trick, cheat …1608 obs.
 KANCUMS tricks, pranks …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
 KEDIDOES capers, pranks, tricks …1914 Amer. dial.
 KINK a development or aspect, esp. if surprising, clever, or tricky; a wrinkle; also, a tricky way of doing something  …1825 Amer. sl.
 LAIGZ a trick …1940s W. Indies sl.
 LAITS tricks, pranks …1805 Sc.
 LAKES games, tricks, goings on …c1200 obs.
 LARK a frolicsome adventure; a spree; a piece of merriment or mischief; fun of any kind; a trick …1802 colloq.
 LEGERDEMAIN trickery, deception, hocus-pocus …1532
– LEGERDEMAIN a trick, a juggle …1550 obs.
 LEG PULL an attempt to mislead or deceive others in a playful way or as a joke; a trick or hoax, a practical joke …1893
 LIRIPOOP a shrewd trick or stratagem …1605 obs.
 MAGGOTS tricks; nonsense …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 MAGOO, THE a lie, a trick, a hoax …1930s US sl.
 MANAGEMENT a piece of trickery …1736
 MANK a prank, a trick; a practical joke …1878 Eng. dial.
 MARLOCK a prank, frolic, a gambol, a lark; a playful trick, a practical joke; a piece of fun or mischief …1864 Eng. dial.
 MAWK a whim, a foolish fancy; a joke; a trick …1790 Eng. dial.
 MAXIMS pranks, tricks, practical jokes …1867 Eng. dial.
 MAY-GAMES tricks, frolics, antics, practical jokes; whims, fancies …1825 Eng. dial.
 MAYLOCK a prank, frolic, a lark; a trick, a practical joke; a noisy disturbance, an uproar, a row …1864 Eng. dial.
 MEGRIMS antics, tricks; gesticulations; grimaces …1890 Eng. dial.
 MEG’S DIVERSIONS tricks, frolics, rattling fun …1873 Eng. dial.
– MOGE;  MOGUE a joke, a humbug, a trick …1888 Eng. dial.
 MONKEY BUSINESS foolishness; also, underhand actions or trickery; misbehaviour …1883 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY CAPERS monkey business …1846 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY PLAY foolishness; also, underhand actions or trickery; misbehaviour …1953 Amer. sl.
 MONKEY SHINE tricks or antics …E19 US sl.
 MONKEY SHINES tricks or antics …E19 US sl.
 MONKEY WORK mischief; trickery; fooling around …1898 US colloq.
– MORG a joke, a humbug, a trick …1888 Eng. dial.
​- MORLOCK a prank, frolic, a lark; a trick, a practical joke; a noisy disturbance, an uproar, a row …1864 Eng. dial.
 NAAM a trick, a sign of an evil or mischievous disposition …1911 Sc.
 NICK an act of trickery or deceit …1887 Sc. 
 OKEY-DOKE a swindle, trick or deception; a confidence trick  …1967 sl., esp. Black usage
 OLD ARMY GAME, THE any form of trickery, deception, or evasion …1910 Amer. sl.
 OLD MOODY a cunning trick, a fraud …1930s sl.
 PAGEANT a part acted to deceive or impose upon anyone; a trick …c1380 obs.
 PAUK;  PAWK a clever, sly way; a trick; a wile …1811 Sc.  
 PENNY-COME-QUICK a trick …Bk1903 rhyming sl.
 PHONY JAZZ a lie; a trick; deliberate misinformation …1950s African-American sl.
 PLISKY a mischievous escapade; a trick, a prank; a practical joke; a frolic …1786 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 PULL an illicit trick or manipulation …1861 card-sharpers’ usage
 QUAFT a trick …1881 Eng. dial.
 QUAINTISE a device, a stratagem, a trick; an instance of cleverness, cunning, or craft …1297 obs.
 QUEEF a stratagem, a dodge, a trick; a conjuring trick, a piece of sleight of hand; cunning …1923 Sc.
 QUEER FUN a cheat or trick that does not work out as intended …L7 UK criminals’ sl.
 QUIBLIN a pun or quibble; a trick …1605 obs.
 QUICKIE an unexpected, quickly executed manoeuvre or piece of trickery …1950 US sl.
 QUIFF a dodge, a trick; a knack; a verbal catch …1881 Eng. dial.
 QUIPS AND QUIRKS tricks, sharp practices …1871 Eng. dial.
 QUIRK a dodge, a trick; a quibble, catch; a question asked in order to elicit information …1786 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 RACKET a swindle or a means of deception; criminal trickery; hoaxing; a trick, dodge, scheme, game, line of business or action …1812 sl.
 RANNYGAZOO a deceptive story or scheme; a caper; a prank; a trick; horseplay; nonsense; irrelevant, irritating activity …L19 Amer. sl.
 REAK a trick, a prank; a stratagem, an artifice …1629 Sc. & Eng. dial. obs.
 RIG a joke, a prank, a trick, a frolic …1858 Amer. dial.
 RORT a dodge, a trick, a scheme, a racket; a fraudulent or dishonest practice …1926 Aust. sl.
 SAMFIEISM deceit, trickery …20C W. Indies sl.
 SANDY a bluff, a deception, a trick, a joke …1916 Amer. dial.
 SCHLEINTER;  SCHLENTER a trick or fraudulent stratagem …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
 SCONCE a pretext; an apology, an excuse; a trick; deception …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
 SCREW a dishonest trick; an imposture; a cheat …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
 SHENANIGAN a mischievous or deceitful trick …19C Amer. colloq.
 SHENANIGANS deceit, trickery …19C Amer. colloq.
 SHINE a caper, a prank, a trick …1836 Amer. dial.
 SHLANTER a trick or fraudulent stratagem …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
 SHLINTER a trick or fraudulent stratagem …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
 SINONISM a trick, deception; a treacherous act …1864
 SKIFT an artifice, device, or trick …c1460 obs.
 SKIT a trick; a hoax; a practical joke …1815 chiefly Eng. dial.
 SKITE a trick; a hoax; a practical joke …1804 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 SLANTER a trick or fraudulent stratagem …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
 SLINTER a trick or fraudulent stratagem …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
 SPOOFERY trickery, hoaxing …L19 sl.
 STROKE an underhanded trick …1970 Brit. sl.
 SUBTLETY a wily stratagem or trick, something craftily invented; a crafty or cunning device, an artifice …1375 obs.
 SUCK a cheat; a trick …Bk1904 sl.
 SUCK-IN a deception; a disappointing event or result; cheat, a trick …1856 sl.
 SWIFTIE;  SWIFTY a deceptive trick …1945 Aust. sl.
 TRICKERATION a trick or stratagem …1940 African-American sl.
 VAGES;  VAGUES pranks or tricks …1523 obs.
 WAGS tricks, mischievous behaviour …1835 Sc.
 
 TRICK etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 ANOINTER a trickster, a sharp, crafty person …1885 Eng. dial.
 BAFFLER a juggler, a trickster; a trifler …1606 obs.
 BAMBOOZLER one who hoaxes or mystifies by trickery; a trickster; a swindler; a cheat or sharper …1702
 BAWNS a person full of wicked tricks …1929 Sc.
 BITE a sharper, a swindler, a cheat, a trickster, an impostor …Bk1698 obs.
 CONY-CATCHER a deceiver; a trickster; a sharper …c1590 cant
 GAFF one who tricks or deceives …Bk1992 Mafia-syndicate usage
 GINALL;  GINNAL a trickster; a confidence man …1971 W. Indies & Jamaica
 ICE-CREAM (FREEZER) someone who can be easily tricked …1980s rhyming sl. for ‘geezer’
 IKEY one who plays a duplicitous, ‘sharp’ trick …L19 sl.
 ILLYWHACKER a confidence trickster; a shady liver by his wits; a trickster …c1910 Aust. sl. 
 JAPER a trickster, a deceiver, a seducer, an impostor …1362 obs.
 JIGGER a shifty fellow; a trickster …1675 sl.
 KAN-KAYERS tricksters; confederates who unite to disparage anything they wish to buy, or make fictitious offers and praise anything they wish to sell …Bk1880 Eng. dial. 
 LEG-PULLER someone who mocks or teases another; one who plays a trick or hoax …1887
 LURKMAN a trickster; one who lives by their wits …1945 Aust. sl.
 MANNICK one who plays tricks …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 MOUSE-CATCHER a deceiver, a trickster …1647 obs., derogatory
 NINETER a trickster, a sharp, crafty person …1885 Eng. dial.
 NOINTER a trickster, a sharp, crafty person …1885 Eng. dial.
 PIGEON a person easily swindled or tricked, esp. in gaming …L16 sl.
 RAG OUT a person who plays tricks; something unpleasant …1970s US students’ sl.
 RAJ a villain, a trickster …1940s W. Indies sl.
 SHARPER a person who habitually cheats, swindles, or tricks another; often applied to a fraudulent card player or other gambler …1681 colloq.
 SHARPSTER a person who habitually cheats, swindles, or tricks another, esp. in card games …1942 colloq., chiefly US
 TOOL a person used by another for his own ends; one who is, or allows himself to be, made a mere instrument for some purpose; a dupe; someone easily tricked …1663 
 WHEADLE a trickster, a swindler, or card-sharper …1675 criminals’ sl. 
 
TRICK, etc. – NOUNS, PERSON, OTHER
 AMPSTER the helper of a showman or trickster, ‘planted’ in the audience to start the buying of tickets, goods, etc. …1941 Aust. sl.
 
TRICK etc. – PHRASES
 I CAUGHT THAT ILL VIBE I was tricked …1990s African-American teen sl.
 
 TRICK etc. – VERBS
 ANKY-PRANKY to humbug, to cheat, to trick; to be up to tricks …B1900 Eng. dial.
 BABOONIZE IT to play the ape; to use apish or foolish tricks or knavish pranks …1611 obs.
 BAM to hoax, to practice on the credulity of; to deceive, to delude, to impose upon, to play a joke or trick on a person…1738 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 BAMFOOZLE to play tricks upon; to deceive; to humbug; to confuse …1842 Eng. & Amer. dial.
 BANTER to impose upon a person, orig, in jest; to delude, to cheat, to trick, to bamboozle …a1688 arch.
 BEAT to cheat; to swindle; to bilk; to trick …1849 Amer. sl.
 BEGINK to delude, to play a deceving trick on; to take in, to cheat …1821 Sc.
 BEGOUK;  BEGOWK to trick, to befool; to jilt …1862 Sc.
 BEGUILE to cheat hopes, expectations, aims, or a person in them; to trick; to disappoint, to deprive of, to foil …1483 obs. exc. Sc.
 BEGUNK to delude, to play a deceiving trick on, to ‘take in’; to cheat, do deceive; to jilt…1821 Sc.
 BEJAPE to play a trick on; to trick or befool …1377 obs.
 BE ON THE MARLOCK to play tricks …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 BUFFALO to trick …Bk1995 US sl.
 BUMFOOZLE to play tricks upon; to deceive; to humbug; to bewilder, to confuse, to perplex …1880 Eng. & Amer. dial.
 CALDEE(S) to trick; to swindle …M17 sl.
 CEDAR BIRD to deceive or trick; to make a patsy or fall guy of someone …1984 Amer. dial.
 CHAFF to talk nonsense, to joke; to banter, to tease, to make fun of; to trick, to deceive …1872 Amer. dial.
 CHALDEE to trick; to swindle …M17 sl.
 CHUMP to trick, to deceive; to make a fool of someone …1920s sl.
 CHUMP OUT to trick, to deceive; to make a fool of someone …1920s sl.
 COME IT OVER SOMEONE to try to get the better of someone by trickery …1827 sl.
 COME IT WITH SOMEONE to try to get the better of someone by trickery …1827 sl.
 COME THE GUM GAME OVER SOMEONE to deceive or trick someone …1840 Amer. dial.
 CONY-CATCH to cheat, to trick, to deceive …L16 cant
 CUT SHINES to behave in a comic, boisterous, or unruly manner; to play tricks on someone; to make a conspicuous display of oneself …1848 Amer. dial.
 CUT UP MONKEY-SHINES to play tricks …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
 CUT UP SHINES to play tricks …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
 DAUB to cheat, to deceive, to trick …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 DEAL ON to trick, to deceive, to take advantage …1970s African-American sl.
 DO A FLANKER to trick, to swindle …1920s sl.
 EMPTY to trick, to swindle …L19 UK criminals’ sl.
 EUCHRE to defeat; to outwit; to swindle; to cheat, to trick …1853 Amer. dial.
 EUCHRE OUT to defeat; to outwit; to cheat, to trick …1853 Amer. dial.
 FINAGLE to wangle, to manoeuvre, to obtain by devious means; to get or achieve by trickery, craftiness, or persuasion …1922 Amer. dial.
 FAKE to trick, to fool; to cheat; to swindle; to deceive …1859 sl.
 FINAGLE to get or achieve by trickery, craftiness, or persuasion; to wangle …1927 US sl.
 FLANK to trick out of …M19 US sl., orig. military
 FLUMMOX;  FLUMMUX to fool, to confuse, to overcome by trickery …19C sl.
 FOB OFF to appease or trick a person with lies or excuses
– FOB OFF to dispose of goods by trickery
 GAMBLE to deceive, to play a trick upon; to ‘gammon’ …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 GAME to deceive, to mislead, to trick …1963 US sl.
 GEGG to hoax, to play a trick on …1826 Sc.
 GET A GECK to be deceived or tricked …1568
 GIVE A RIDE to deceive, to fool, to trick, usually for financial gain …1920s sl.
 GIVE ONE THE GECK to mock, to trick, to deceive one …1583
 GO ON THE ABRAHAM SUIT to resort to trick or artifice …Bk1909 cant
 GUY to hoax, to trick, to put on …1890 Amer. sl.
 HANKY-PANKY to humbug, to cheat, to trick; to be up to tricks …B1900 Eng. dial.
 HENKY-PENKY to humbug, to cheat, to trick; to be up to tricks …B1900 Eng. dial.
 HORSE to trick or deceive; to swindle; also, to hoax, to bluff, to flatter, to lie to …1891 US sl.
 ILLUDE to trick, to impose upon, to deceive with false hopes …1447 rare
 JABEZ to play a dirty trick …1923 sl.
 JAG to annoy, to irritate, to play tricks on; to disparage; to reject …1968 Amer. dial.
 JAG AROUND to habitually play tricks or jokes on people …1968 Amer. dial.
 JAG OFF to annoy, to irritate, to play tricks on; to disparage; to reject …1968 Amer. dial.
 JAPE to trick, to beguile, to befool, to deceive …1362 obs.
 JARGOOZLE to confuse, to trick …L19 sl.
 JOINT A PERSON’S NOSE OF to trick or cheat a person out of …1584 obs.
 JOLLY to tease roughly, to chaff, to abuse, to trick …M19 sl., ?orig. US
 KIMBAW to trick, cheat, or cozen …1865 sl.
 LARK to play tricks, to frolic …1813 colloq.
 LEAD DOWN THE GARDEN PATH to trick, to deceive deliberately, to tease …1920s sl.
 LEAD UP THE GARDEN PATH to trick, to deceive deliberately, to tease …1920s sl.
 LEGERDEMAIN to perform tricks, to use deceit …1483 obs.
 LOAD to deceive, to trick, to mislead …1906 Amer. dial.
 LOAD UP to deceive, to trick, to mislead …1883 Amer. dial.
 MAKE A MAY-GAME OF to play games with; to trick or deceive …L17 sl.
 MANK to prank, to romp; to play tricks; to pretend to work, to gossip …1864 Eng. dial.
 MANNICK to play tricks …1863 Eng. dial.
– MOGE;  MOGUE to deceive, to fool, to trick, to cheat, to humbug; to play a joke on, to make fun of …1854 sl., orig. Eng. dial.
 MONKEY-SHINE to misbehave; to play tricks …20C US sl.
– MORG to deceive, to fool, to trick, to cheat, to humbug; to play a joke on, to make fun of …1854 sl., orig. Eng. dial.
​- NAB to cheat, to trick; to cheat with dice …L17 sl.
 NICK to trick, to cheat, or defraud; to obtain something from a person by dishonest or unfair means …1576 sl.
 OOTCH to cheat or trick …1940s US sl.
 OOTZ to cheat or trick …1940s US sl.
 PALM to play a trick, to cheat; to impose upon a person …1686 obs.
 PALTER to shift, to shuffle, to equivocate, to prevaricate in statement or dealing; to deal crookedly or evasively; to play fast and loose, to use trickery …1601
 PLAY A PERSON A REEL to play him a trick, to give him a scare …1884 N. Ireland
 PLAY CAPS AND BELLS to act like a prankster; to play tricks or jokes on people …1969 Amer. dial.
 PLAY ONE A PAGEANT to play him a trick; to impose upon or deceive him …1530 obs.
 PLAY THE JACK to play the rogue or knave; to do a mean trick …1609 obs.
– PLAY THE JARG ON ONE to play a trick on one, to make game of one …Bk1902 Sc. 
 PLAY THE NANNY-GOAT to behave like a fool; to play foolish tricks …1900 Eng. dial.
 PLAY THE WAG to be mischievous; to play tricks …c1585
 PUGGY to play tricks on, to befool …1891 Sc.
 PULL A FAST ONE to do something daring (often a criminal act) and hope to get away with it by being smarter, faster, and more deceitful than those set to prevent you; to play a dirty trick …1943 UK sl., orig. military
 PULL A FLANKER to trick, to swindle …1920s sl.
 PULL A STROKE to do something daring (often a criminal act) and get away with it by being smarter, faster, and more deceitful than those set to prevent you; to play a dirty trick …1970 UK sl.
 PULL A SWIFTIE;  PULL A SWIFTY to execute or attempt a deception; to achieve a clever fraud or swindle; to play a deceptive trick …1945 Aust. sl.
 PUT THE BUG ON to trick or hoax; to get an advantage over somebody by tricky means …1848 Amer. dial.
 PUT THE FUN UPON to trick; to cheat …L17 sl.
 QUAFT to trick, to deceive …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 QUEER A FLAT to hoodwink a gullible victim; to deceive or trick …L18 sl.
 QUIFF to come up with a cunning dodge or trick; to go or do well, to get along pleasantly …L19 sl.
 QUIRK to cheat, to overreach; to elude by stratagem; to play a trick or prank …1791 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 RACKETEER to practise any form of criminal deception, trickery, extortion, etc. …1920s sl.
 RAMP to tease, to banter, to trick …1980s Black British sl.
 RIG to trick; to steal …Bk1903 sl.
 RUN A DRAG ON to deceive, to trick, to hoax …1980s African-American sl.
 RUN A GAME ON to bamboozle, to deceive, to seduce, to confuse, to obtain money by trickery …1960s African-American sl.
 RUN A HOOLIGAN ON to play tricks on, to defraud …1920s US sl.
 RUN A SANDY to bluff; to play a trick on someone …1897 Amer. dial.
 RUN A SANDY ON to trick, to cheat, to dupe; to mislead, to delude …1914 Amer. dial.
 RUN A SANDY OVER to trick, to cheat, to dupe; to mislead, to delude …1923 Amer. dial.
 SCAM to defraud, to trick …1950s sl.
 SCAM OUT to defraud, to trick …1950s sl.
 SCAMP to play mischievous tricks …Bk1904 Sc.
 SCONCE to extort, to cheat; to trick out of …1796 Sc.
 SELL to deceive, to cheat, to trick …1849 sl.
 SELL OUT to deceive, to cheat, to trick …1884 Amer. dial.
 SHAFT to cheat; to trick; to deceive; to abuse …1970s African-American sl.
 SHARP to cheat, swindle or trick a person, esp. at cards …L17 colloq.
 SHUCK to cheat, to deceive, to trick, to mislead someone …1959 Amer. dial.
 SLUR to cheat or trick a person …M17 obs.
 SNOOKER to trick, to cheat; to swindle …1900s sl.
 SPOOF to hoax, to fool, to trick …L19 sl.
 STRING ALONG to deceive, cheat, trick …colloq.
 TAKE FOR A RIDE to deceive, to fool, to trick, usually for financial gain …1920s sl.
 TAKE FOR A TROT to deceive, to fool, to trick, usually for financial gain …1920s sl.
 TAKE IN to deceive, to cheat, to trick, to impose upon, to hoax …1740 colloq.
 WOOL to strip of possessions, esp. by trickery; to outdo by trickery …1841 Amer. dial.
 WORK A FLANKER to trick, to swindle …1920s sl.
 YANK to cheat; to trick …US Civil War usage


TRICKILY, TRICKINESS, TRICKY – ADJECTIVES
CADDLING of persons: tricky, pettifogging, shuffling …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
CAGERY tricky …1883 Eng. dial.
FASHIOUS of a task: tricky, ticklish …1731 Sc.
FASHOUS troublesome, annoying, irksome; of a task: tricky, ticklish …1731 Sc.
GAFTY sly, tricky, cunning, not to be trusted; mischievous, vicious …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– HOOK AND SNIVEY;  HOOK AND SNIVVY;  HOOKEM-SNIVEY;  HOOKUM-SNIVEY deceitful, tricky, sly …1892 Eng. dial. & sl.
ILL-CONTRIVED ill-tempered, badly behaved, tricky, mischievous …1880 Sc. & Eng. dial.
ILL-CONTRIVING ill-tempered, badly behaved, tricky, mischievous …1880 Sc. & Eng. dial.
ITEMY trifling; tricky, fidgety …1889 Eng. dial.
JADISH malicious; tricky; untrustworthy …Bk1896 sl.
LEGERDEMAIN pert. to legerdemain or jugglery; juggling; tricky …1576
MISCHIEVOUS cheating, tricky, dishonest …1773 Sc.  
NASTIFIED dishonourable, tricky, ungentlemanly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 PLISKY given to playing tricks; tricky, mischievous, frolicsome …1887 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
QUIRKIE cunning, wily, resourceful, tricky …1806 Sc.
QUIRKSOME quirky; full of quirks or shifts; tricky …1896 rare
QUIRKY cunning, wily, resourceful, tricky …1806 Sc.
 SCALY miserly, stingy, mean; thievish, dishonest, tricky …1851 Eng. dial.
 SCHEMY scheming; devious, tricky, sly …1888 Amer. dial.
SKITTISH fickle, inconstant, changeable; tricky, difficult to deal with or manage …1601
STICKY of a situation, event, issue, etc.: awkward, difficult, tricky; disagreeable, uncomfortable …1871 colloq.
TACKY tricky, hard to beat, cunning …1950s W. Indies sl.
WAFF troublesome, unchancy, tricky …1865 Sc.

TRICKILY etc. – ADVERBS
PALTERLY shiftily, trickily …1598 obs. rare

TRICKILY etc. – NOUNS
RAKE any form of trickiness, such as a duplicitous answer that hides the true situation …1950s W. Indies sl.

TRICKILY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
BILK an untrustworthy, tricky person …Bk1895
CHAPARRAL FOX a sneak, or a sly, tricky person …1932 Amer. dial.
GILWHEEVY a tricky sort of fellow …1929 Sc.
LAD a mischievous, tricky fellow …19C Anglo-Irish
NACKET a pert, forward, smart boy; an impertinent, mischievous, or wicked child; a tricky or precocious …1833 Sc. 


TRICKLE – NOUNS
– a trickle TRINKLE 1891 Amer. dial.

TRICKLE – VERBS
– to trickle TRINKLE 1835 Amer. dial.
– to trickle or drip slowly SIPE c1000 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– to trickle, to dribble, to ooze, to glide DILDER Bk1900 Sc.
– to trickle, to roll down, as tears HAPPLE 1791 Sc.


TRICYCLE – NOUNS
– a form of tricycle formerly in use; it had a small wheel in front, and two larger wheels behind, and was guided by means of the front wheel RANTOONE 1869 obs.
– a tricycle FLY-AWAY 1887 sl.
– a tricycle or bicycle DANDY-HORSE Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– a tricycle or bicycle IRON-HORSE 1875 sl.


TRIDENT – NOUNS
– the trident of Neptune MACE 1582 obs.


TRIED – ADJECTIVES
– tried, attempted, tested, tempted YFONDED c1175 obs.