deceiver

[ dih-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceiver

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECEIVER

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.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECEIVER

prostitute

nounperson who sells own abilities, talent, or name for inferior purpose
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