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dooh pli si tee

  • n  a fraudulent or duplicitous representation
  • n  acting in bad faith; deception by pretending to entertain one set of intentions while acting under the influence of another

  • The duplicity of the real estate agent left a bad taste in the mouth; after negotiating with Girish he went off to sell the property to Rajesh.
  • As the battle developed, both sides resorted to intrigue and duplicity worthy of the Medicis.
  • And Washington is fed up with Karzai's duplicity and fecklessness.

  • John Kerry in Denver Post
    America today sends abroad "a terrible message of duplicity and hypocrisy," branding us an "international pariah," Kerry told the World Economic Forum in Switzerland last month.
  • George Miller in Times of India
    In Pakistan, we can no longer suffer the duplicity of that government in sort of fighting and not fighting and supporting and not supporting,Miller said.
  • Bob Corker in msnbc.com
    Sen. Bob Corker accused the president of "duplicity": "I've always found it's good to be frank. If you have an opportunity to talk to someone, you should talk about what's on your mind," Corker said, but "he questioned 'the audacity' of...

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