• WordNet 3.6
    • n tricker someone who plays practical jokes on others
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Tricker A trigger.
    • n Tricker One who tricks; a trickster.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n tricker One who tricks; a cheat; a trickster.
    • n tricker An obsolete form of trigger.
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In literature:

Foolish peobles hef sait you are a law-tricker, but we know dot you hef only mate der laws brotect as well as bunish.
"The Conquest of Canaan" by Booth Tarkington
W. E. Tricker, St. Paul.
"Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916" by Various
The New Trickers, with their own cheap Lily, were working her idea on the Bill and Boom Tour!
"The Bill-Toppers" by Andre Castaigne
Come here, Tricker, and show the lady and gentleman what you can do.
"The Charm of Ireland" by Burton Egbert Stevenson

In news:

Trickers for Norse Suede Brogues .
Suede brogues ($451) by Trickers for Norse,
Trickers for Norse Suede Brogues.
Suede brogues ($451) by Trickers for Norse ,
The Obama administration has made it clear the US will not tolerate Iran or Syria's acquisition of nuclear weapons, but North Korea's missile program is a tricker situation diplomatically.
Are you amazed at the trickeration of shared sacrifice.
BART passengers will find it a little tricker to board trains here during the next four weekends -- starting this Saturday and Sunday.
He married Joyce Tricker on November 26, 1966.
A sore rotator cuff has robbed him of velocity, so location and trickeration are now his tools.

In science:

Furthermore the actual details of the iterative argument are tricker to handle than one might hope.
Approximate subgroups of linear groups