- v be false to; be dishonest with
- v cause someone to believe an untruth
The insurance company deceived me when they told me they were covering my house
- Your eyes do not deceive you: that sleek slab levitating in midair is in fact a bed, and it is floating unsupported--though lightly tethered at its four corners--16 in.
- And yet they repeat them, over and over again, day after day, in an attempt to deceive the American people just so that they can win this election.
- He should have resigned when he realized Bush would use bad intelligence to deceive the American people.
- Ayman al-Zawahri in FOXNews
We are seeing a triple failure for the Americans in Iraq,al-Zawahri said in the 90-minute videotape. "No matter how much the gigantic propoganda machine in America tries to deceive the people, the reality is stronger and worse than all the...
- Imran Khan in USA Today
Musharraf is staging a drama to deceive America and the West whom he scared (by saying) that without him the nuclear bomb will get into extremist hands,Khan told reporters.
- David Taylor in SkySports
It's not all pals together, we're in football and you disagree with people,said Taylor. "There's a clear difference of opinion. We believe this was something that infringed the regulations and there was an obvious intent to deceive the...