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Definition of Tricky

Tricky
Tricky Trick"y, a. Given to tricks; practicing deception; trickish; knavish.

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- Tricky may refer to: Tricky (TV series), a Sa****ay morning ITV children's television series "Tricky, Tricky", a song by Lou Bega Tricky TV, an ITV children's...
- Nicholas Matthews Thaws (born 27 January 1968), better known by his stage name Tricky, is a British record producer and rapper. Born and raised in Bristol, he...
- Christopher Alan "Tricky" Stewart (born January 4, 1974) is an American record producer, record executive, songwriter, and music publisher. In a career...
- Tricky ****y may refer to one of the following: US President Richard Nixon, as a derogatory nickname with origins in the 1950 United States Senate election...
- SSX Tricky is a snowboarding video game, the second game in the SSX series published under the EA Sports BIG label and developed by EA Canada. A direct...
- Tricky TV is a British television show that aired on CITV from 2005 to 2010, presented by magician Stephen Mulhern. The show featured street magic, pranks...
- "It's Tricky" is the fourth single released from Run-DMC's third album, Raising ****. It was released early in 1987 through Profile Records and was co-produced...
- "the Reds". Another, lesser-used, nickname referring to the club is the "Tricky Trees". Since 1898 Nottingham Forest have pla**** their home games at the...
- Tricky Towers is a physics based tower building game puzzle video game that uses a form of the block-stacking problem as the central game mechanic. It...
- twenty percentage points. During this campaign, Nixon was first called "Tricky ****" by his opponents for his campaign tactics. In the Senate, Nixon took...