Definition of "double-dealing" [dou•ble deal•ing•double-dealing]
Duplicitous or deceitful; treacherous.(adjective)
Duplicity or deceit; treachery.(noun)
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Use "double-dealing" in a sentence
"Sen. Ben Nelson D., Neb. also lashed out at what he termed Pakistan's "double-dealing.""
"U.S. officials are also increasingly frustrated by what they see as Islamabad's double-dealing."
"In Crown & Country he provides the reader with enough intellectual rigour to impart context, before livening the page with pithy tales of treachery or cruelty, of double-dealing or disaster."