All are forsworn, all false, all are dissemblers Seymour conj.
Still, do act the dissemblers, and at the very first sight, do not be ravenous.
Simply because he was assailed on all sides by dissemblers and dissimulators.
Dissemblers may safely be trusted; for their meaning is ever contrary to their words.
Why is it, dear dissemblers, that you always seem to enter the holy state with either reluctance or lukewarm indifference?
He displayed no zeal whatever for the conversion of these ragged fellows whom he believed to be dissemblers.
Yea, my fish-bones, shells, and prickly leaves shall—tickle the noses of dissemblers!
It divides the whole population into two comprehensive classes, bigots and dissemblers.
With regard to the other class of dissemblers, we feel some difficulty in approaching a subject of so much delicacy.
Dissemblers and crafty men prove the wrath of God, neither shall they cry when they are bound.