SYNONYMS FOR deceitful
Related formsde·ceit·ful·ly, adverbde·ceit·ful·ness, nounun·de·ceit·ful, adjective
Examples from the Web for deceitful
As a hunter with many guns, I despise these bullies and their deceitful shams of wildlife protection.
It also put a target on his back, and Fleck complained about what he described as a “vicious… deceitful and… personal” campaign.Did a Pennsylvania Republican Lose Because He’s Openly Gay?|Ben Jacobs|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Bar determined his failure to inform his client was both dishonest and deceitful.Will Naming And Shaming Prove to be a Winning Strategy For Bryan Singer's Accuser?|Eboni K. Williams|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Already, Ron Paul has ads up branding Rick Santorum a deceitful, cash-grabbing dirtbag and “serial hypocrite.”
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh acknowledged that even a frustrating and deceitful dialogue is better than none.
Give ear unto my prayer, which proceedeth not from deceitful lips.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
This enabled him to resist courageously the deceitful pleasures produced by licentiousness and debaucheries.
His affection towards me as a friend and companion has only served as a mantle to cover his deceitful heart.The Black-Sealed Letter|Andrew Learmont Spedon
Then there was a chapter on the Deceitful Character of the Malays.The Gentle Reader|Samuel McChord Crothers
On the other side are the hosts of earth in all their multitudes, gathered together by the deceitful promise of success.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Revelation|William Milligan