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Synonyms Dictionary

out; drip, drop, fall in drops, dribble; sprinkle, drizzle; leak, ooze, exude, transude, seep, filter, distill, percolate.

trickster, n.

1. deceiver, deluder, hoodwinker, be-guiler, inveigler, bamboozler, dissembler, bluff, pettifogger; fake, faker, phony, humbug; imposter, masquerader, pretender, mountebank, hypocrite, charlatan, Inf

quack; adventurer, rogue, picaroon, rascal, wolf in sheep's clothing, knave, scoundrel, Sl.

four-flusher, villain.
2. swindler, cheat, cheater, fraud, defrauder, confidence man,
Sl.

con man, Sl.

flim-flam man, bunko artist, crook, chiseler; sharper, sharpie, Sl.

city slicker, Inf.

fast talker, Inf.

hawk, shark, bilk, bilker, diddler; duper, hoaxer, humbugger; rook, fleecer, gyp, gypper.
3. conjurer, illusionist, sleight-of-hand artist, leger-demainist, magician; juggler, archimage,
Archaic. mage, Houdini, escape artist.

tried, adj.

tried out, tested, put through one's or

its paces, put to the test or

through the wringer; time-tested, having stood the test of time, put to the acid test; tried and true, true, proven, proved, sure, certain, Inf

all-right, Inf.

O.K.; dependable, reliable, safe, trusty, trustworthy, reputable; established, well-known, used all the time, favorite.

trifle, n.1. bagatelle, bauble, trinket, knickknack, Inf.

doodad; gimcrack, gewgaw, whimwham, piece of junk; toy, plaything, dalliance, frivolity.
2. triviality, no great matter, no big thing, technicality; unimportant
or

inconsequential thing or

matter, nothing to worry or

get upset over, something of no concern, insignificancy, betise, inessential, nothing, nothing at all, Inf.

fiddle-faddle.
3. pittance, piddling sum, small amount, little something,
Inf.

nothing much; the least or

slightest amount or

bit, anything, row or

hill of beans, tinker's dam, straw, fig, peppercorn, Inf.

bean; dime, nickel, penny, cent, plug nickel, continental, U.S. Inf.

red cent; the paper it is printed on.
4. little, bit, little
or

tiny bit, driblet, drop, smidgen, Inf.

smitch, Inf.

tad; touch, dab, dash, pinch, handful; sprinkling; mouthful, sip, sup, taste, nip, bite; speck, crumb, mite, jot, whit, tittle, particle, iota, molecule, atom; tinge, tincture, trace, hint, suggestion, suspicion, soupĀ£on.
-v. 5.
Usu.

trifle with deal with lightly, make light of, take lightly, pass off as nothing, think nothing of; slight, shortchange, overlook, pass over, leave out, omit, ignore; be frivolous about or

with, make sport of, laugh off, joke about, play, toy, dally, amuse oneself, Inf.

frivol; fiddle, tinker, mess, fool, Inf.

fiddle-faddle; handle, finger, paw, put one's hands all over.
6. talk idly, gossip, chitchat, chatter, engage in small talk, talk about nothing; palaver, prattle, prate, rattle
or

babble on, talk and talk and talk, go on about nothing.
7. putter around, fiddle around, tinker around, play around, mess around, niggle, finick,
Inf.

fool around; goof off, dillydally, hang around, loiter, lay around, twiddle one's thumbs, dawdle, do nothing.
8.
Usu.

trifle away fritter, fribble, Inf.

diddle; idle, pass, while; waste, use up, loose.

trifling, adj.1. unimportant, trivial, fiddling, insignificant, signifying nothing, inconsequential; not worth mentioning, of little import, of no moment, Inf. no-account, not worth a fig or a hill of beans, Sl.

two-bit, Sl.

two-by-four, Inf

penny-ante.
2. worthless, valueless, useless, gimcrack; small, low, nominal,
Inf.

picayune; miniscule, inconsiderable, tiny, infinitesimal, minute; inadequate, paltry, petty, piddling.

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