Synonyme von deceit
behaviour intended to deceiveHe was guilty of theft, fraud and deceit on an incredible scale.
Lying is something that I will not tolerate.
He was jailed for two years for fraud.
He admitted conspiring to obtain property by deception.
He accused newspapers of hypocrisy in their treatment of the story.
an example of the cunning of modern art thieves
struggling to keep up the pretence that all was well
She accused the government of dishonesty and incompetence.
I love children's innocence and lack of guile.
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
They will resort to trickery in order to impress their clients.
He was guilty of duplicity in his private dealings.
Most people can see right through that type of subterfuge.
a tiny feint or lunge to one side
There has been some double-dealing.
The trial revealed a world of crime, corruption and political chicanery.
His wit and wile has made him one of the sharpest politicians in the Cabinet.
craftiness, , , , ,
It all points to a criminal mind of almost diabolical craftiness.
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in the sense of artifice
a clever trickthe artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
in the sense of chicanery
trickery or deceptionThe trial revealed a world of crime, corruption and political chicanery.
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