duplicitous


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Synonyms for duplicitous

Synonyms for duplicitous

marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

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There is a symbolic violation hers, and the writer/character reveals a duplicitous self that he would not want revealed.
Elier Bourzac was an energetic counterweight as the duplicitous Albrecht, who learns his lesson from the faithful Giselle.
This is the kind of duplicitous behaviour that most people here do not expect from Britain.
Cherie's book is out, and yes, I do have quite a few things to say about the duplicitous, grasping, treacherous, hypocritical old boot" - Man about town and former Fleet Street editor Piers Morgan.
In fact, I adamantly oppose Proposition R, (and) using my name in mailers to voters in support of this measure is duplicitous and intentionally deceiving,'' Chick wrote in a letter to John Shallman, whose Sherman Oaks firm, Shallman Communications, produced the mailers sent to more than 100,000 likely voters.
Dumped again, Alan shacks up with the duplicitous Peter, and they live happily ever after.
I have yet to hear these duplicitous people give a straight answer to a straight question.
Steep progressive tax rates also mean reductions are harder to achieve-- since duplicitous critics inevitably claim these as windfalls for the rich.
Yes, it is fitting to pray for those who died as a result of the terrorist attacks, but to ignore what we do to the unborn in the name of women's `rights' is simply duplicitous.
As she struggles to get her life sorted by dumping duplicitous Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant), realising how brilliant barrister Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) really is, and getting a new job, I began to identify with her more than ever.
Before Night Falls concludes with Arenas's torturous physical demise, but not before Schnabel has segued from lyrical drama--mordantly perfected in a scene where Arenas's duplicitous ex-lover steals and crashes the hot-air balloon in which Arenas and his friends were to flee Cuba--to mock documentary (Bardem's Arenas talking about his life in New York).
A report in Insight magazine vindicates the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee's complaints about the International Monetary Fund's duplicitous accounting of central bank gold reserves and deepens suspicion that the banks have lost most of their gold in a scheme to suppress its price.
No, the most shocking thing is that, like other revoltingly duplicitous politicians, this ridiculous excuse for a man of supposed integrity - an MP who was voted in by his constituents and trusted by them and his party, a man that possesses not a single moral - could ever have had two supposedly clever women interested in him at the same time and for so long.
H award (Philandering Idiotic Sleazy Husband) is on its way to West Coast Choppers, the garage owned by Sandra Bullock's duplicitous deadbeat, Je sse James.
My character is that duplicitous meanie I somehow specialise in.