whole bag of tricks

whole bag of tricks

Fig. everything; every possibility, argument, or technique. Well now. I've used my whole bag of tricks, and we still haven't solved this. It may take my whole bag of tricks to do it, but I'll try.
See also: bag, of, trick, whole

whole bag of tricks

n. everything; every possibility. Well now. I’ve used my whole bag of tricks, and we still haven’t solved this.
See also: bag, of, trick, whole
References in classic literature ?
I have a whole bag of tricks," he said, "which contains a hundred ways of escaping my enemies.
swiped the whole bag of tricks - locks, stocks, and barrels.
Joey Haddad ask me what he was going to do and I said Jake has a whole bag of tricks, six or seven moves.
First, the Treasury has a whole bag of tricks to generate extra cash in the short-term.
Monaco also have former AC Milan star Marco Simeone who is a very clever player with a whole bag of tricks in his armoury.
Instead of cutting the fruiting canes down after picking, leave them standing until March and then cut the whole bag of tricks down to the ground, just like herbaceous plants.
After you used your whole bag of tricks, you'd call Joe," says William Duncil, warden at Huttonsville for the past eight years.