tricksy definition by Webster's New World
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- tricksiness noun
tricksy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adjective trick·si·er, trick·si·est
- Smartly attired; dapper.
- Sportive; mischievous.
- Crafty; cunning; devious.
- Likely to cause trouble and therefore requiring special care or skilled, delicate treatment.