Legerdemain

Leg`er·de·main' (lĕj`ẽr*de*mān') noun [ French léger light, nimble + de of + main hand, Latin manus . See 3d Leger , and Manual .] Sleight of hand; a trick of sleight of hand; hence, any artful deception or trick. « He of leg...
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Legerdemain

• (n.) Sleight of hand; a trick of sleight of hand; hence, any artful deception or trick.
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legerdemain

legerdemain 1. A display of skill or cleverness, especially for deceitful purposes; trickery; deception: 'She performed a dazzling display of political legerdemain.' 2. Sleight of hand; magic tricks; any illusory feat. 3. Etymology: from about 1430, 'conjuring tricks', from Middle French (as written and spoken approximately between 1400-1600) lé...
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legerdemain

an illusory feat
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LEGERDEMAIN

A french term for sleight-of-hand.
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Legerdemain

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Legerdemain

Legerdemain or conjuring is a popular amusement or exhibition, consisting of tricks performed with such art and adroitness that the manner or art eludes observation. All the phenomena of legerdemain are referrible to sleight of hand, mechanical contrivances, confederacy, or some combination of these. In the more elaborate phases of the art the aid ...
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legerdemain

an illusory feat
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