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Sentence count:85+2Posted:2016-08-11Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: delusorymisleadingshoddySimilar words: receptionexceptionperceptionconceptionconceptexcept fordecentacceptanceMeaning: [-ptɪv]  adj. 1. causing one to believe what is not true or fail to believe what is true 2. designed to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently. 
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61. This may create a deceptive checking account balance.
62. The thickness of Madeline's letter proved deceptive.
63. Instead of happiness, which is fleeting/deceptive/egotistical/illusory, isn't the real goal to achieve joy/contentment/satisfaction/peace/self-realization or [fill in the blank]?
64. But the affability can be deceptive, according to one long - time colleague now at another bank.
65. Sir Alex Ferguson was left in awe at some of the attacking, penetrating football United produced again Portsmouth, but was baffled that the scoreline was a deceptive 2-0.
66. These agencies are deceptive about work conditions and charge excessive fees that cause indebtedness, Varia said.
67. No , lord And why is that? Sensual pleasures are inconstant, hollow, false, deceptive by nature.
68. The White House meeting is scheduled for a day after a U.S. House of Representatives committee is set to consider legislation aimed at curbing deceptive billing and interest rate practices.
69. Mary Winkler makes what some call Duper"s Delight, an expression of joy, a delight out of being deceptive, " Eyes for Lies said.
70. Actually they voluptuous, deceptive in habits, with a voracious physical appetite.
71. These groups are clever marketers and masters of deceptive PR.
72. Then we smiled to a few, Bolo is beside the Marquis that this is an honored guest, you leave again deceptive, there will be personnel Please leave.
73. The inventor of psychoanalysis detected at the heart of the human condition a "death wish, " burrowing silently beneath the pleasure principle, the musical and deceptive call of Eros.
74. The north big boy take the tutor's placard to go out to make a deceptive show of strength:"You see, the experienced research scholar of my boon teacher but so-and-so playwright!"
75. Climate change is deceptive because its signs occur almost imperceptibly.
76. Marked by or a deceptive, secret, or sly manner ; dishonest and sneaky.
77. LL: To give someone a runaround means to be deceptive and evasive to someone.
78. We feel that the foregoing analysis is deceptive and dangerous.
79. A CHEERY yellow building in south-west Houston may not look like the centre of an educational revolution, but appearances can be deceptive.
80. In fact, it took a highly deceptive sales campaign to get Americans to support the invasion, and even so, voters were never as solidly behind the war as America's political and pundit elite.
81. This paper analyzes the operation principle of deceptive jamming counter all kinds of radars, and presents the slight difference between deception jamming signal and radar echo signal.
81. try its best to gather and build good sentences.
82. Parasites are renowned for their deceptive dealings with their hosts, but the blister beetle takes its subterfuge to a carnal extreme.
83. Illusions can be eye-catching and attractive and when you apply them to computer displays, the results can be quite interesting and deceptive.
84. Although there are many legitimate online ads and business on the internet, phony, hokey , and deceptive one also abound.
85. But such single - nucleotide polymorphism ( SNP ) profiles can be deceptive, Duster warns.
More similar words: receptionexceptionperceptionconceptionconceptexcept fordecentacceptanceacceptableantisepticreceivereceivermotiveactivenativerelativeactivelyincentivesensitivenarrativesupportivecognitiveobjectiveexecutivedetectiveinnovativeproductivecooperativedistinctiveprotective
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