Meaning of deceiver in English:


Pronunciation /dɪˈsiːvə/

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See deceive

‘He said: ‘Elderly householders are vulnerable to plausible deceivers who create anxiety by claiming to observe defects in their houses and then offer to repair them.’’
  • ‘The great deceiver had ultimately deceived himself.’
  • ‘After all, deception only works when the would-be deceiver has a reputation for telling the truth.’
  • ‘This early experience bred a deeply pessimistic outlook on life; he shared completely the view of Machiavelli - whom he had read - that men are ungrateful, fickle, liars and deceivers.’
  • ‘To those who lionise him, he is a clear-eyed defender of faith and nationhood, a speaker of truth in a time of deceivers.’