Definition of Deceits

1. Noun. (plural of deceit) ¹



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Definition of Deceits

1. deceit [n] - See also: deceit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deceits

deceased
deceased person
deceaser
deceasers
deceases
deceasing
decedent
decedents
deceit
deceitful
deceitfull
deceitfully
deceitfulness
deceitfulnesses
deceitless
deceits (current term)
deceiv'd
deceivable
deceivableness
deceivably
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deceived
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deceiving
deceivingly
decelerate

Literary usage of Deceits

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1. Gesta Romanorum, Or, Entertaining Moral Stories: Invented by the Monks as a by Charles Swan (1824)
"... OF THE deceits OF THE DEVIL, fc3 The serpent carries a stone—and the confes- , sor, the Sacred Writings, which alone are able to give sight to the blind ..."

2. Daemonologia Sacra: Or, A Treatise of Satan's Temptations by Richard Gilpin (1677)
"Of Satan s deceits in particular. What temptation is. ... Such are his Temptations to Sin, his deceits ... ways of deceits that relate to Cafes more ..."

3. The Works of Hannah More by Hannah More (1835)
"... as well as an accurate observer of what passes before his eyes, he is aware what abuses have been and are still practised, and what deceits carried on, ..."

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