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  • as inliar
  • as inperjurer
  • as inprevaricator

synonyms for misleader

  • cheat
  • con artist
  • perjurer
  • phony
  • storyteller
  • deceiver
  • dissimulator
  • equivocator
  • fabricator
  • fabulist
  • falsifier
  • fibber
  • maligner
  • prevaricator
  • promoter
  • trickster
  • deluder
  • fabler
  • false witness
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How to use misleader in a sentence

But again, impatiency, founded perhaps on self-partiality, that strange misleader!
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
It amounts to offering 658 prizes for the most successful flatterer, the most adroit misleader of a body of his fellow-countrymen.
CONSIDERATIONS ON REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENTJOHN STUART MILL
While a second sort, aiming at wit, that wicked misleader, forfeit all title to judgment.
CLARISSA HARLOWE, VOLUME 9 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
I could not punish my misleader by stinting his fare, for I knew that I had only myself to blame.
THE ENGLISH IN THE WEST INDIESJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
And, having neglected to do this, he ought not to have lectured him as his misleader.
OXFORD LECTURES ON POETRYANDREW CECIL BRADLEY
He had information that the misleader of her youth was hunting her.
THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY RICHMOND, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
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WORDS RELATED TO MISLEADER

  • cheat
  • con artist
  • deceiver
  • deluder
  • dissimulator
  • equivocator
  • fabler
  • fabricator
  • fabulist
  • false witness
  • falsifier
  • fibber
  • maligner
  • misleader
  • perjurer
  • phony
  • prevaricator
  • promoter
  • storyteller
  • trickster
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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