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deceiver

[ dih-see-ver ]
/ dɪˈsi vər /
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noun
one who misleads another or others by a false appearance or statement, especially one who does so habitually: Far from being a historian, he is a deceiver who invents, manipulates, and modifies documents.
Often Deceiver . the devil; Satan: My orders as a bishop are to execute the holy rites for demonic exorcism; I do not plan to leave these good sisters at the mercy of the Deceiver.
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OTHER WORDS FROM deceiver

pre·de·ceiv·er, noun
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