juggling (adj.) Old form(s): iugling
deceiving, cheating, full of trickery
KJ III.i.169[King John to Cardinal Pandulph, of the Pope] you ... / This juggling witchcraft with revenue cherish
Mac V.vi.58[Macbeth to Macduff, of evil spirits] be these juggling fiends no more believed / That palter with us in a double sense
TC V.ii.25[Thersites as if to Cressida] A juggling trick - to be secretly open [i.e. a magic trick]
SHAKESPEARE'S WORDS © 2020 DAVID CRYSTAL & BEN CRYSTAL