What is another word for chicanery?

300 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ʃ_ɪ_k_ˈeɪ_n_ə_ɹ_ɪ], [ ʃɪkˈe͡ɪnəɹɪ], [ ʃɪkˈe‍ɪnəɹɪ]

Synonyms for Chicanery:

dishonesty (noun) Other synonyms:

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Quotes for Chicanery:

  1. Abuse of words has been the great instrument of sophistry and chicanery of party, faction, and division of society. John Adams.
  2. It's mostly the financial chicanery that's going on. People are saying 'What kind of trust can we put in this market?' Mike Farrell.
  3. I am sorry to say that sometimes matters of very small importance waste a good deal of precious time, by the long and repeated speeches and chicanery of gentlemen who will not wholly throw off the lawyer even in Congress. William Whipple.

Adjectives for Chicanery:

  • decidedly illegal,
  • small fiscal,
  • transparent political,
  • thy profane,
  • little forceful,
  • other verbal,
  • novelistic,
  • extra-legal,
  • much political,
  • little political,
  • special little,
  • mere political,
  • underhanded,
  • fiscal,
  • forceful,
  • blatant,
  • outright,
  • disgraceful,
  • irresponsible,
  • shameless,
  • devilish,
  • constitutional,
  • illegal,
  • verbal,
  • bland,
  • medieval,
  • infamous,
  • first-class,
  • celestial,
  • feminine,
  • harmless,
  • wretched,
  • moral,
  • stupid,
  • peculiar,
  • local,
  • pure,
  • certain,
  • moment legal,
  • petty and apparently purposeless,
  • aside german,
  • useless and often harmful,
  • sacredotal,
  • cunning and bold,
  • often harmful,
  • swift and secret,
  • apparently purposeless,
  • cool and deliberate,
  • such petty,
  • unexplainable,
  • virtuoso,
  • cheeky,
  • purposeless,
  • senatorial,
  • harmful,
  • inventive,
  • boldest,
  • devious,
  • imaginable,
  • despicable,
  • unparalleled,
  • legislative,
  • ruinous,
  • scandalous,
  • skillful,
  • profane,
  • unscrupulous,
  • practised,
  • wholesale,
  • clerical,
  • parliamentary,
  • intolerable,
  • malicious,
  • merciless,
  • theological,
  • little more,
  • corrupt,
  • commonplace,
  • rustic,
  • everlasting,
  • deliberate,
  • childish,
  • underground,
  • legitimate,
  • gross,
  • liberal,
  • dramatic,
  • infernal,
  • foul,
  • international,
  • perpetual,
  • subsequent,
  • busy,
  • intellectual,
  • mild,
  • complex,
  • swift,
  • alien,
  • clever,
  • bold,
  • professional,
  • successful,
  • necessary,
  • extraordinary,
  • cool,
  • more or less,
  • miserable,
  • dangerous,
  • familiar,
  • british,
  • private,
  • open,
  • strange,
  • less,
  • whole,
  • more,
  • certain forensic,
  • cut-price,
  • forensic,
  • gratuitous,
  • juvenile,
  • ingenious,
  • electronic,
  • feeble,
  • sheer,
  • religious,
  • considerable,
  • industrial and commercial,
  • justifiable,
  • adroit,
  • neural,
  • shameful,
  • mathematical,
  • industrial,
  • cunning,
  • possible,
  • preposterous,
  • commercial,
  • official,
  • german,
  • poor,
  • unmalicious,
  • triple,
  • economic,
  • useless,
  • secret,
  • usual,
  • continual,
  • obvious,
  • revolutionary,
  • further,
  • mere,
  • contemptible and wicked,
  • quasi-legal,
  • contemptible,
  • wicked,
  • low,
  • diplomatic,
  • petty,
  • financial,
  • legal,
  • political.
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