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Definition of "deceitful" []

  • Given to cheating or deceiving. (adjective)
  • Deliberately misleading; deceptive. See Synonyms at dishonest. (adjective)
  • Full of deceit (adjective)

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Use "deceitful" in a sentence
  • "The counselor to the president's accusing the network of what it calls deceitful editing, twisting the president's words."
  • "And then it was that we told the "innocent child" (that's what we call the deceitful cat) everything."
  • "For CBS to run an ad during a family event from an organization so hateful and deceitful is shameful."