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n.1.The quality or state of being tricksy; trickiness.
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The aim here is surely simplicity over tricksiness, not cleverness but a kind of artless grace.
This had the effect of creating instant reservations about the site, particularly about the noise and its Flash-based tricksiness.
Its suggestion that the Metamorphoses is like a detective novel in which the ending leads to reassessment of the previous plot has been a vital contribution to arguments for overall unity and coherent structure, while its constant stress on Apuleian narratological tricksiness, hermeneutic playfulness and deconstructive tendencies has provided many creative answers to apparent difficulties and inconsistencies as well as demonstrating the text's narrative competence and indeed virtuosity.