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  • n  shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
  • n  the quality of being crafty

  • Audiences have been enthralled by Nair's signature carnivalesque style and her craftiness at tying down epic scenes, like Wedding's elaborate, traditional rain-soaked Indian .
  • The disintegration of this granite-faced man, whose steely strength and craftiness unified a sprawled sand ocean of 900,000 square miles and its 6,000,000 warriorlike people, has .
  • Once in a while, acknowledge the craft and craftiness that go into a superior comic turn, like Pfeiffer's manipulating mama in Hairspray.

  • Matthew Freud in New York Times
    Although "The Man Who Owns the News" has elicited preliminary harrumphing from Mr. Murdoch (and from his son-in-law, Matthew Freud, described by Mr. Wolff as "a man of unspeakable craftiness" and "lounge-lizard smoothness"), it is...
  • Jurgen Klinsmann in
    We lost our rhythm completely,Klinsmann said after the Hanover game. "Trying to turn the game around we lacked creativity, craftiness and movement off the ball."
  • Ida Tarbell in Wall Street Journal
    Concentration, craftiness, cruelty and something indefinably repulsive are in the [pictures] . . . Brought face to face with Mr. Rockefeller unexpectedly,Tarbell said, "and not knowing him, the writer's immediate thought was 'This is the...

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