[ UK /dɪsˈiːvɐ/ ]
  1. someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
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How To Use deceiver In A Sentence

  • This early experience bred a deeply pessimistic outlook on life; he shared completely the view of Machiavelli - whom he had read - that men are ungrateful, fickle, liars and deceivers.
  • The only Deceiver jamadar now known to be alive was Narayan Singh, who had become jamadar of jamadars before the destruction of his cult. She Is The Darkness
  • The doom both of the deceived and the deceiver is here read. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • I have done so, to show that when a deceiver is deceived no one is sorry for it. The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre
  • After all, deception only works when the would-be deceiver has a reputation for telling the truth.
  • If I deceive you, then I am deceiver and you deceived; I the doer, you the victim.
  • Gary, the real hipocrite and deceiver is in your party. Hart: Bush is 'incredibly hypocritical'
  • To those who lionise him, he is a clear-eyed defender of faith and nationhood, a speaker of truth in a time of deceivers.
  • Wow this guy has really become a deceiver and slickster ... Business as usual for embattled South Carolina governor
  • No! no! No deceiver is the luckless Matha Shri, despite her barrenness. Love and Life Behind the Purdah
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