deceitfully deceitfully


  • (adv) in a corrupt and deceitful manner



  1. Though true cylinders withoutwithin, the villaneous green goggling glasses deceitfully tapered downwards to a cheating bottom.
  2. Each side accuses the other of being deceitfully unrealistic.


  • Snowden gets 'highest honor' from Cheney

    (CNN) – Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday called Eric Snowden a "traitor." One day later, Snowden–the man who leaked information about the U.S. government's secret surveillance programs–said he felt honored. "This is a man who gave us the warrantless wiretapping scheme as a kind of atrocity warm-up on the way to deceitfully engineering […]
    on June 17, 2013     Source: CNN Political Ticker


  1. "It is not the first time that he wins a free-kick deceitfully," Lehmann told reporters at the Weser Stadion. "And then for him to show his delight at gaining an advantage from it shows his true character."
    on Mar 16, 2009 By: Jens Lehmann Source: ESPN

  2. "One of the great honors I have being a member of Congress is to help constituents rightfully obtain military medals. Unfortunately, many individuals deceitfully claim military decorations which were not awarded to them," Graves said. "Not...
    on Dec 7, 2006 By: Sam Graves Source: Chillicothe Constitution Tribune

  3. Martin Luther said the meaning of the eighth commandment (Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor) is that we "should fear and love God that we may not deceitfully belie, betray, slander, or defame our neighbor, but defend him, speak...
    on Nov 26, 2008 By: Martin Luther Source: GetReligion (blog)

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