an underhanded person who schemes corruption and political chicanery behind closed doors
His sky-rocket ascent was almost certainly powered by bribery, manipulation, and other chicanery .
storylines packed with political chicanery
The remark was not brought on by some thieving or chicanery on my part, but rather by a political speech I'd made which this person didn't like.
This fiscal chicanery is part of a larger pattern.
If this were to actually come to pass, it could open the door to all sorts of chicanery .
But all these examples are nothing more than political chicanery .
They are matter-of-factly attempting to snatch the youngsters from us by chicanery .
The managers hope that, through chicanery and fraud, they could save the dollar from sudden death.
Again, such chicanery is only possible in the human world.