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n. - The use of quick and skilful movements with your hands when doing a magic trick, so that people cannot understand how you did the trick. Adroitness in using the hands.

Usage examples (34)
  • No sleight of hand required, the special pen does all the work for you!
  • They think the coverage of the "sleight" is nutty.
  • The original referred to a "sleight" against Jamie Carragher.
  • I don't think that kind of sleight-of-hand will work with Barry Allen, though. for more
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