Underhanded in a sentence

Definition of Underhanded

Done by moving the hand (and arm) from below. | Sly, dishonest, corrupt, cheating. | Insincere; sarcastic.

Short Example Sentence for Underhanded

  • 1. There was something underhanded and mean about him.
  • 2. There must have been some underhanded motive.
  • 3. She has a horror of anything underhanded or sly.
  • 4. Who could have done such an underhanded trick?
  • 5. Somehow it struck me then as a dirty, underhanded scheme.
  • 6. I have for some time suspected that something underhanded was going on.
  • 7. There was something underhanded about it, the girls were sure of that.
  • 8. Something subtle, and lurking and underhanded in the business.

How to use Underhanded in a Sentence?

  • 1. He picked up a rifle an inch below the foresight with an underhanded action, and used it exactly as a man would use a dagger.
  • 2. They are sly, underhanded communications evidently intended by Pickwick to mislead and delude any one into whose hands they might fall.
  • 3. For the first time in its history, your railroad has let a State campaign take its course without bullying, bribery, or underhanded corruption.
  • 4. He'd supervised a lot of Dollard's underhanded work for him, Garth told himself as he waited for the hypo stimulant to react.
  • 5. Now and again a foreman, who has been guilty of some underhanded action, is taken to task by the exasperated victim and treated to a little surprise combat of fisticuffs.
  • 6. Betty was a sharp child, with a disconcerting knack of seeing straight through grindstones; she would certainly perceive and probably resent any underhanded management.