Examples of usage:

  1. Evidently the sport is nothing but a constant series of compromises with one's better nature, what with sneaking about pretending to be something that one is not, trying to fool the fish into thinking one thing when just the reverse is true, and in general behaving in an underhanded and tricky manner throughout the day. "Love Conquers All" by Robert C. Benchley
  2. He says no crime could be safer in New York than setting a bunch of Italians to tearing up a street- car track; that no one could ever possibly suspect it wasn't all right, though he might have to be underhanded to some extent in getting his souvenir rails hauled off. "Somewhere in Red Gap" by Harry Leon Wilson
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