These had either refused to Covenant to obey him, or had promised to him deceitfully.
And it will dishonour the truth which you deceitfully profess.
Tiberius was deceitfully told that the prince Drusus had died from sickness only.
She was disobeying her step-mother, besides acting most deceitfully.
They often handled the prophecies unfairly if not deceitfully.
This he said deceitfully, having greater admiration for the meat than for the crow.
She had behaved too deceitfully, too heartlessly, too ungratefully, too vulgarly for that!
We shall afterwards see him deceitfully carried to Sofala, and there sold as a slave.
Yet how deceitfully it will open to the music of birds and the soft enchantment of the spring mornings!
Knowing her intimately as you do, can you think that she would act meanly and deceitfully?