deceitful[ dih-seet-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceitful
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Yet, I warn you, appearances are deceitful; he is always drunker than he looks.
His animal nature was predominant, and this led him to be deceitful.
The world is a miserable, hollow, deceitful shell of vanity and hypocrisy.
This kind of political economy can only be qualified as false and deceitful.
But he had been deceitful—and to Martha Phipps, of all people.
In fact he wrote that he thought it all wrong, deceitful, bordering on the dishonest.
To do this now that I knew I loved him would be deceitful, mean, almost treacherous.
Mist is deceitful, the dead luminosity of the fog is irritating.
How true the words of Solomon: “Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain!”
I know what men are; how deceitful in their words; how unkind in their judgments.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECEITFUL
- faking one out
- not straightforward
- playing games
- playing politics
- put on
- difficult to catch