Antonyms for deceives

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Toinette, if he deceives me, I shall never in all my life believe in any man.

A pretence is a thing that deceives, and I have never been deceived.

Perhaps it was of that kind which most flatters us and most deceives.

He deceives himself if he fancies that I do not know all this.

Yes, he said; everything that deceives may be said to enchant.

It is most plain,” said Euthydemus, “that it is he who deceives with premeditate design.

He who lays claim to the covenant, but rejects the seal, deceives himself.

Yet the semblance of the thing is there and this often deceives the very elect.

And yet it deceives and betrays great as well as little men.

You do not think—no, you cannot think, that he deceives the whites, or any one.