double-dealing definition

  • adjective:
    • Duplicitous or deceitful; treacherous.
    • Cheating, dishonest; treacherous.
    • provided to deception specifically by pretending one pair of thoughts and acting intoxicated by another.
    • marked by deliberate deceptiveness specially by pretending one pair of emotions and acting intoxicated by another
  • noun:
    • Duplicity or deceit; treachery.
    • deceit or treachery
    • insincere, treacherous working; duplicity.
    • Duplicity; deceitful training; the profession of one thing therefore the rehearse of some other.
    • acting in bad trust; deception by pretending to amuse one collection of objectives while acting under the influence of another
  • others:
    • False or deceitful dealing; acting in bad belief; deception by pretending to amuse one collection of motives while acting consuming another. See Double dealing, under working.
    • Given to duplicity; artful; treacherous.

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