Prepositions after "deceive"
deceive by, in, into, on or about?
|In 61% of cases deceive by is used|
|Don't be fooled or deceived by this man's deceitful tongue.|
|For too long comrades we were deceived by both organisations.|
|CARO MELDRUM-HANNA: deceived by her own grandmother, Zarine was trapped.|
|Further, if he was a deceived by Satan then we are faced with another problem.|
|Among them are the claims that he was a lunatic, a liar, or deceived by the devil.|
|Please do not be deceived by my name, I am well aware of the grievances felt by the Irish.|
|Oh, what a tangled Web we weave when we first practice to deceive by creating false Twitter accounts.|
|I believe that Dr Owuor is either deceived by Satan, or he is making these stories up to be famous among the people.|
|But remember that we are nothing more than paranoid, territorial, group-thinking man-apes, easily deceived by our prejudices.|
|In 10% of cases deceive in is used|
|Finland have shown glimpses of more versatile, imaginative attacking football but failed to deceive in terms of results.|
|Tottenham have flattered to deceive in this fixture down the years, so much so that at no point did their two-goal cushion look secure.|
|In 7% of cases deceive on is used|
|Now we're not deceived on that.|
|In 2% of cases deceive as is used|
|We are deceived as to the nature of objects and of cause-effect relationships, all of which are subject to change.|
|In 2% of cases deceive to is used|
|This is so deceiving to sellers who think they are hiring the realtor with the years of experience negotiating to look after them.|
|In 2% of cases deceive under is used|
|People even slightly left-of-centre need to grow a set and start loudly calling out those who deceive under the guide of ' journalism ' at the behest of the right.|
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