deceiving

[ dih-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceiving

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECEIVING

"You will soon learn whether I am deceiving you or not," said Robert.

I don't like deceiving my mother; but I should not like to pain her by saying I have been to the theatre.

But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.

Yet we have scriptural authority for it: "Deceiving and being deceived."

He had decided that there could be no harm in deceiving the enemy.

It was mere sophistry, and deceiving, fruitless, and unprofitable.

While deceiving others, these psychopathic women also deceive themselves.

Bijard wriggled his nose as if he fancied she was deceiving him.

If he might only be deceiving himself, as Ramond persisted in declaring.

You aren't accustomed to deceiving people, and you can't deceive me now.

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