Sleight

Sleight noun [ Middle English sleighte , sleihte , sleithe , Icelandic sl...g... (for sl...g... ) slyness, cunning, from sl...gr (for sl...gr ) sly, cunning. See Sly .] 1. Cunning; craft; artful practice. [ Obsolete] 'His sleight
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Sleight

• (n.) Cunning; craft; artful practice. • (n.) An artful trick; sly artifice; a feat so dexterous that the manner of performance escapes observation. • (n.) Dexterous practice; dexterity; skill.
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SLEIGHT

A concealed action, usually accomplished through quickness and/or dexterity; any cunning or crafty trickery performed with the hands.
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