Using "guile" in a sentence

The Marathas under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj employed military force, guile and diplomacy against the Mughals and succeeded in their aims of laying out an empire that was finally equal to or even bigger than the Mughal Empire.
Source: The Tribune India

But he was very much an accessory to James Anderson and Ollie Robinson, who returned four wickets each with unerring accuracy, guile and, perhaps most importantly of all, a remarkable display of endurance.
Source: Hindustan Times

They bundled India out for 186 on a tricky pitch courtesy Shakib Al Hasan's guile and Ebadot Hossain's short ball, which had combined for nine wickets after Litton Das had chosen to bowl on a pitch that he felt might be "a little sticky".
Source: India vs Bangladesh 1st ODI 2022/23 ESPNcricinfo

None of the top nine players on Saint Peter’s was taller than 6-8, but the Peacocks used their quickness, toughness and guile to keep the Boilermakers off balance.
Source: Hindustan Times

They struck regularly with the ball, with Wahab Riaz taking 3 for 4, and Rashid Khan showcasing his craft and guile by bowling his namesake Adil Rashid and Andrew Tye.
Source: ESPNcricinfo

Time and time again the 25-year-old injected intelligence and guile to his team’s attacks, setting up all three Wales tries against the defences of Cook Islands, Tonga and Papua New Guinea – players he was familiar with from the NRL farm system.
Source: The Guardian

When a newcomer joins the staff — an attractive, exuberant younger man named Stephen, portrayed with a disarming lack of guile by newcomer Micheal Ward — Hilary’s world expands, but her growing happiness also threatens to tip over into something more dangerous and increasingly terrifying.
Source: The Washington Post

With the guile and shiftiness of Messi, who roams freely around the field, that opening can come at any moment — and through any defender.
Source: The New York Times

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