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noun as in casuistry

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“Evenflo’s material misrepresentations that its booster seats are side-impact tested for safety — when its self-designed standards are so grossly inadequate — is unfair and deceptive,” the congressional investigators wrote.

Among other alleged deceptive-trade violations, the District accused DoorDash of misrepresenting to consumers how the company would use tips.

It’s deceptive, this seemingly innocuous change in the ocean.

First, don’t knowingly add any malicious scripts or deceptive content to your website.

One of the signals with the upcoming page experience metric concludes if the indexed site contains any malicious or deceptive content.

That the Obama administration is "trafficking in stereotypes about Jewish deceptiveness and appetite for blood."

But at this moment Jones discovers for the first time the deceptiveness of visual memory.

A madman was capable of anything; and yet, confound the chap's deceptiveness, he didn't look mad.

Independently of any skill or deceptiveness, this broken painted surface looks effective and lasts long.

We have learnt to prize Him in proportion as we have learnt the deceptiveness of all beside!

He had moments through the night of recognizing the deceptiveness of his senses.

Here then you see the deceptiveness under the above dissembled conversation of Cain with his brother.


On this page you'll find 474 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deceptiveness, such as: chicanery, deception, delusion, equivocation, evasion, and fallacy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.