But at this moment Jones discovers for the first time the deceptiveness of visual memory.
That the Obama administration is "trafficking in stereotypes about Jewish deceptiveness and appetite for blood."
Moralizing on the deceptiveness of appearances, Crimmins fortified himself with another slab of cut-plug.
College mates of Taylor will recall the deceptiveness of this outward appearance.
And then he laughed at the deceptiveness and the wild humor of his own speech.
To the eye it appears an ideal country for traveling, but only a very slight experience is necessary to reveal its deceptiveness.
Independently of any skill or deceptiveness, this broken painted surface looks effective and lasts long.
Here then you see the deceptiveness under the above dissembled conversation of Cain with his brother.
He had moments through the night of recognizing the deceptiveness of his senses.
A madman was capable of anything; and yet, confound the chap's deceptiveness, he didn't look mad.
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.