deceiver[ dih-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceiver
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These difficulties were too obvious to create any embarrassment to so consummate a deceiver.
He was no deceiver, nor bloody, nor cruel, like the other Indians.
You don't mind if I can help prove that someone else was the deceiver, do you, Elinor?
He had spoken to him nothing but the truth, yet he could not help feeling like a deceiver.
"Very," answered the deceiver, assuming the look of a martyr.
Of these Saint Anian, we must confess, is somewhat of a deceiver.
To him at least he could not play the hypocrite or the deceiver.
The deceiver did not mean all this to be taken as a real objection.
It is so worthy of the deceiver to make a jest of his own crime!
He knows God cannot forsake, and the deceiver of love but deceives himself.