de|ceit´ful|ly

de|ceit´ful|ly
de|ceit|ful «dih SEET fuhl», adjective.
1. ready or willing to deceive or lie: »

A liar is a deceitful person.

SYNONYM(S): insincere, disingenuous.
2. meant to deceive; deceiving; misleading: »

She told a deceitful story to avoid punishment.

SYNONYM(S): false, fraudulent.
de|ceit´ful|ly, adverb.
de|ceit´ful|ness, noun.

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  • de|ceit´ful|ness — de|ceit|ful «dih SEET fuhl», adjective. 1. ready or willing to deceive or lie: »A liar is a deceitful person. SYNONYM(S): insincere, disingenuous. 2. meant to deceive; deceiving; misleading: »She told a deceitful story to avoid punishment.… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • deceitful — de·ceit·ful …   English syllables

  • deceitfully — de·ceit·ful·ly …   English syllables

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