deceptive definition

  • adjective:
    • Deceptive or tending to deceive.
    • misleading, likely or trying to deceive
    • Tending to deceive; having capacity to mislead, or impress with untrue opinions.
    • made to deceive or mislead either intentionally or inadvertently
    • causing one to believe what is untrue or neglect to think what's real
  • others:
    • looking after deceive; apt or having power to mislead or wow untrue views: because, a deceptive countenance or appearance.

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