In the deceptively mild words of John Whittingdale, chairman of the committee, the MPs now want to “tie up a few loose ends.”
Watercolors are strikingly identical and the charcoal works, done with color pencil, are deceptively perfect.
But for millions, this deceptively powerful regimen could be causing irreparable harm.
The deceptively marketed products included credit score tracking, identify theft protection, and payment protection.
She is a woman with strong, provocative, and deceptively intuitive opinions.
One more of many illusions which deceptively gladden our lives, making us bearers of its misery and its triviality!
Trench War in its railway requirements was deceptively like peace.
ComGO was a bull-necked bald man with wide blue eyes, a deceptively mild voice.
In the lamplight they were deceptively reminiscent of the eyes of a cat.
Miss Trevenna, with her deceptively cloistral countenance, seemed to flinch a little.
1610s, from French deceptif (late 14c.), from Medieval Latin deceptivus, from decept-, past participle stem of Latin decipere (see deceive). Earlier in this sense was deceptious (c.1600), from French deceptieux, from Medieval Latin deceptiosus, from deceptionem. Related: Deceptively; deceptiveness.