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devious

dee vee uhs

  • s  indirect in departing from the accepted or proper way; misleading
    used devious means to achieve success
  • s  characterized by insincerity or deceit; evasive
    a devious character
  • s  deviating from a straight course
    a scenic but devious route

  • In defiance, she stands in front of the devious monster exactly where she wants to be: next to her husband.
  • A movie so human you'll want to argue with it, spank it, take it home or give it some Xanax, Synecdoche is the richest, most devious I'll cut to the chase and say best live .
  • Kim Jong Il is scheming to exploit Gulf War II for his own devious purposes The Sunshine Policy A Very Expensive Affair Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?.
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  • Edward Kennedy in CBS News
    It's a devious maneuver that evades the constitutional requirement of Senate consent and only further darkens the cloud over Mr. Bolton's credibility at the UN,Kennedy said.
  • Robbie Williams in Tonight
    Robbie wrote: "I trust you less than ever now. You have completely blown any trust I had for you by being a devious c***. If I knew my girlfriend had been on a dinner and DVD night with another man I would be livid. I'm furious thinking about...
  • Katie Price in Mirror.co.uk
    Katie, 30, added: "I suppose it's flattering but it's obvious she's got a game plan and is being pretty devious. I don't like her. What next? A glossy magazine shoot and her own range of clothing? It's so predictable."

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