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duplicitous

adjective as in deceptive

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This behavior is characterized by the creation of incidental or duplicitous views or follows.

Druker said a regional climate network “makes sense” as long as it’s not duplicitous of efforts to tackle specific climate problems.

Why you should want to maintain a friendship with someone proven to be duplicitous, false and manipulative — not to mention a sexual harasser — she cannot imagine.

Jones is not trying to be duplicitous; detail is the essential clothing of all good fiction, historical or not.

If you think Iran is duplicitous about its nuclear weapons program, just wait till you hear its deception on human rights.

It was a cynical and duplicitous ploy to put a kindly face on a cruel and selfish policy.

This season, without such a duplicitous person, they invented one.

Is Exner a duplicitous seductress or an innocent girl caught up in the wrong crowd?

At a closer look, their position appears somewhat duplicitous.

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to duplicitous, such as: cheating, deceitful, dishonest, double-dealing, shady, and two-faced.

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

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