Toinette, if he deceives me, I shall never in all my life believe in any man.
A pretence is a thing that deceives, and I have never been deceived.
Perhaps it was of that kind which most flatters us and most deceives.
He deceives himself if he fancies that I do not know all this.
Yes, he said; everything that deceives may be said to enchant.
It is most plain,” said Euthydemus, ...