Idiom: Every trick in the book
Meaning: If you try every trick in the book, you try every possible way, including dishonesty and deceit, to get what you want.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Oldest trick in the book
- Open book
- By the book
- Hat trick
- Have a trick up your sleeve
- Throw the book at someone
- Closed book to me
- Take a leaf out of someone's book
- In my book
- Bring someone to book
- One-trick pony
- Close the book
- Do the trick
- Not miss a trick
- Trick of the trade
- Don't judge a book by the cover
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