deceptive[ dih-sep-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF deceptive
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"Here's your coat," said she, with that strange, deceptive calmness.
He might have been any age from forty to sixty, so deceptive was his appearance.
Appearances are deceptive very often; they are so in this instance.
The British worker is, of course, deceptive; he does not look as if he were thinking.
Out in the open, and especially in the mountains, distances are deceptive.
Crane stared at the deceptive bag in the most lugubrious astonishment.
But the deceptive resemblance may be caused in quite a different manner.
The Wabbly was moving across the ploughed fields with a deceptive smoothness.
Hunter appraised him as a man very dangerous in his own deceptive way.
That was the most deceptive playground that I was ever inveigled into.