What is another word for deceiver?

227 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ d_ɪ_s_ˈiː_v_ə], [ dɪsˈiːvə], [ dɪsˈiːvə]

Synonyms for Deceiver:

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Quotes for Deceiver:

  1. The trouble with lying and deceiving is that their efficiency depends entirely upon a clear notion of the truth that the liar and deceiver wishes to hide. Hannah Arendt.
  2. It is a double pleasure to deceive the deceiver Jean de La Fontaine.
  3. Men are so simple and so much inclined to obey immediate needs that a deceiver will never lack victims for his deceptions. Niccolo Machiavelli.

Adjectives for Deceiver:

  • unaccountably stupid,
  • wonderfully plausible,
  • wicked and blasphemous,
  • low and despicable,
  • gay, little,
  • uncommonly sharp,
  • self-deceived,
  • fair young,
  • cunning little,
  • ribald,
  • sneaky,
  • out-and-out,
  • willful,
  • horned,
  • artless,
  • blasphemous,
  • despicable,
  • great big,
  • jealous,
  • selfish,
  • murderous,
  • unnatural,
  • ambitious,
  • precise,
  • awkward,
  • identical,
  • shallow,
  • unconscious,
  • highest,
  • stupid,
  • mysterious,
  • sharp,
  • brilliant,
  • chief,
  • excellent,
  • low,
  • ancient,
  • wary and subtle,
  • loving and well-dressed,
  • handsome, gay,
  • cunning and amusing,
  • all-time and frequent,
  • a ah universal,
  • profligate and gay,
  • fond and fair,
  • artful and shameless,
  • weak miserable,
  • great and cunning,
  • fair or foul,
  • gallant, gay,
  • cunning and crafty,
  • currently popular,
  • foul and loathsome,
  • same gay,
  • more skillful,
  • wicked, wicked,
  • gay old,
  • well-mannered,
  • all-time,
  • cat-like,
  • mendacious,
  • lecherous,
  • grey-haired,
  • repentant,
  • profligate,
  • specious,
  • conjugal,
  • well-dressed,
  • traitorous,
  • counterfeit,
  • giddy,
  • seductive,
  • thoughtless,
  • skillful,
  • insidious,
  • detestable,
  • frivolous,
  • loathsome,
  • adventurous,
  • slick,
  • devilish,
  • willing,
  • voluntary,
  • good-natured,
  • diminutive,
  • greedy,
  • amusing,
  • worthless,
  • sympathetic,
  • would-be,
  • polite,
  • poor little,
  • gross,
  • worse,
  • notable,
  • venerable,
  • infernal,
  • loving,
  • ignorant,
  • vicious,
  • gallant,
  • hollow,
  • frequent,
  • monstrous,
  • worst,
  • sole,
  • dreadful,
  • favorite,
  • grey,
  • cool,
  • foreign,
  • popular,
  • awful,
  • handsome,
  • principal,
  • double,
  • plain,
  • public,
  • particular,
  • thin,
  • regular,
  • common,
  • vain,
  • ordinary,
  • great,
  • hypocritical, malicious,
  • true or real,
  • skinny little,
  • glib,
  • plausible,
  • barbarous,
  • dear old,
  • poor old,
  • shabby,
  • profound,
  • ultimate,
  • effective,
  • innocent,
  • honest,
  • gentle,
  • terrible,
  • huge,
  • certain,
  • vile, artful,
  • self-confessed,
  • ungrateful,
  • matchless,
  • flattering,
  • talented,
  • wary,
  • unscrupulous,
  • shameful,
  • impudent,
  • bland,
  • thorough,
  • biggest,
  • smooth,
  • gray,
  • dark,
  • doubly sweet,
  • venal,
  • hypocritical,
  • forlorn,
  • habitual,
  • subtle,
  • clever,
  • stout,
  • official,
  • consummate,
  • practised,
  • involuntary,
  • conscious,
  • professional,
  • successful,
  • fair and fond,
  • intentional,
  • enchanting,
  • notorious,
  • lighthearted,
  • coy,
  • crafty,
  • bold,
  • sad,
  • dangerous,
  • poor,
  • deliberate,
  • charming,
  • secret,
  • true,
  • heartless,
  • malicious,
  • infamous,
  • crystal,
  • sweet,
  • shameless,
  • skilful,
  • skilled,
  • wicked,
  • beautiful,
  • perfidious,
  • competent,
  • miserable,
  • greatest,
  • artful,
  • best,
  • wretched,
  • grand,
  • fond,
  • foul,
  • german,
  • persuasive,
  • cunning,
  • false,
  • cruel,
  • dear,
  • vile,
  • fair,
  • gay.
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