deceived[ dih-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceived
Synonyms for deceived
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECEIVED
Feeling sure that there was no one on the island but himself, he thought he was deceived.
"I suspect that I have been deceived," said Mr. Morgan, gravely.
They replied, without hesitation, that they were certain of it; that they could not be deceived.
For my part, I should have been deceived this time, and sworn that the two were but one.
They knew very well that this was their Sacred Stone and that the priests had deceived them.
I deceived myself, you will say, as I have often myself said.
For you have deceived me with lies all these years even me—and are not fit to live!
A pretence is a thing that deceives, and I have never been deceived.
Burnham remarked, much too casually to have deceived anybody but old Sam.
In one particular, we felt, for a time, that we had been deceived.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECEIVED
- all wet
- at fault
- barking up wrong tree
- confused with
- off base
- off track
- under wrong impression
- way off
- wide of mark
- wrong number
- wrongly identified