Sinônimos de devious
insincere and dishonestShe tracked down the other woman by devious means.
He is devious, sly and manipulative.
a cold, scheming villain
He is a cool, calculating and clever criminal.
They could encounter some tricky political manoeuvring.
crooked (informal), , ,
She might expose his crooked business deals to the authorities.
He had become rich by dishonest means.
He is an experienced and wily old statesman.
They focus on overt racism rather than insidious aspects of racism.
He was evasive about the circumstances of their first meeting.
The ambassador called the report deceitful and misleading.
The Prime Minister had been involved in underhand financial deals.
He found himself surrounded by insincere flattery.
They had several surreptitious conversations.
Slimy, double-dealing politicians have betrayed us all.
(of a route or course of action) indirectHe followed a devious route.
The goods went by a rather indirect route.
a roundabout route
the crooked line of his broken nose
He wrote a rambling letter to his wife.
long and tortuous negotiations
They were taken on a circuitous route home.
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in the sense of calculating
selfishly schemingHe is a cool, calculating and clever criminal.
in the sense of circuitous
indirect and lengthyThey were taken on a circuitous route home.
in the sense of crooked
dishonest or illegalShe might expose his crooked business deals to the authorities.
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