Synonym: conjuration, conjuring trick, deceit, dissembling, dissimulation, illusion, legerdemain, magic, magic trick, misrepresentation, thaumaturgy, trick. Similar words: reception, deceptive, inception, exception, perception, conception, apperception, susceptible. Meaning: [dɪ'sepʃn] n. 1. a misleading falsehood 2. the act of deceiving 3. an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers.
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1) This elaborate deception fooled his family for ages.
2) I'm sorry you have resorted to deception.
3) He was found guilty of obtaining money by deception.
4) This made Tom sadder than his deception.
5) He admitted conspiring to obtain property by deception.
6) The whole episode had been a cruel deception.
7) It's a deception, as far as I can discover.
8) He was accused of obtaining property by deception.
9) She failed to see through his deception.
10) Haskell did not live to discover the deception.
11) He'll use deception to get what he wants.
12) His pretended friendship was part of the deception.
13) It was an innocent deception,[http://sentencedict.com/deception.html] meant as a joke.
14) He was abetted in the deception by his wife.
15) She denies obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.
16) He was convicted of obtaining money by deception .
17) She was charged with obtaining property by deception.
18) He described the deception as a cruel hoax.
19) There can be a deception by omission.
20) It ultimately collapses beneath the weight of its deception.
21) He obtained the excess by deception.
22) And it was built on a foundation of deception.
23) Papa would not mind our little well-meant deception.
24) Both are also accused of obtaining property by deception.
25) The fact of deception does not perse prove dishonesty.
26) She didn't have the courage to admit to her deception.
27) Detectives followed him for months hoping to catch him out in some deception.
28) He was jailed for two years for fraud and deception.
29) He believes many "psychics" are frauds who rely on perception and subtle deception.
30) She was cheerfully unrepentant about her part in the deception.
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