craftier craftier


  • (adj) marked by skill in deception



  1. But despite such fiery rhetoric, Iran may well have a craftier diplomatic strategy up its sleeve.
  2. She is craftier and more gifted than anyone else playing the game right now, but all her identities have one quality in common.
  3. But on screen, she's craftier than Lara Croft.



  1. "I think Jordan is a little bit more craftier than Joe as far as setting up his man, angles," Crawford said. "Joe is stronger. He's a better one-on-one defender. Jordan may play the lane a little better, but Joe's the better one-on-one...
    on Dec 7, 2007 By: Joey Crawford Source: Cincinnati Post

  2. "We've played against good scorers, but he's one of the craftier ones I've seen," Bennett says. "Coaches I've talked to say he'll score on anybody."
    on Mar 14, 2007 By: Tony Bennett Source: USA Today

  3. "He is a positive example of what a rookie can be and should be," Callahan said of Brayton, the team's second of two first-round draft picks. "He will get stronger and craftier. His practice (habits are) exceptional. He has outstanding focus...
    on Dec 24, 2003 By: Bill Callahan Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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