Definition of trickily in English:

trickily

adverb

  • See tricky

    • ‘The concerto demands athletic power from the soloist as he negotiates trickily angular and motoric passages, particularly in the last movement.’
    • ‘Customs officers, for example, I find trickily unpredictable.’
    • ‘With these techniques Johnson effectively but trickily conveys his ironic and multivocal vision and makes his narrator successfully write himself into the text.’
    • ‘The spring night is dark; sudden rain lashes the windshield of the car; dense fog comes and goes, swirling trickily up from nowhere.’
    • ‘He tells a fairly simple story as trickily, as cleverly as possible.’

Pronunciation

trickily

/ˈtrɪkɪli/