It was with a pang at his heart that he returned to his old thought of her being possibly a finished coquette and dissembler.
Balboa was something of a dissembler himself on occasion, as you will see.
All of these would only render the young man a dissembler, and would compel him to choose another confidant.
He was not a hypocrite, indeed, as to his virtues—a dissembler only in his ambition.
Do you think, in earnest, I could be satisfied the world should think me a dissembler, full of avarice or ambition?
At last, as he was no dissembler, he burst out passionately, "Why are you my enemy?"
He certainly dealt not with himself in the manner of a dissembler with God.
Vile Cozener, Cheater and dissembler, now indeed we both are caught.
I have seen many as young brawlers and spendthrifts, but never as young and accomplished a dissembler.
Becket may have been a dissembler, or a great change may have been wrought in his character.
early 15c. (implied in dissemblable), apparently a variant of Middle English dissimule (influenced by Middle French dessembler or English resemble), late 14c., from Old French dissimuler, from Latin dissimulare (see dissimulation). Related: Dissembled; dissembling.