[dih-seet-fuhl] Show IPA
given to deceiving: A deceitful person cannot keep friends for long.
intended to deceive; misleading; fraudulent: a deceitful action.
1400–50; late ME; see deceit, -ful
1. insincere, disingenuous, false, hollow, designing, tricky, wily. 2. illusory, fallacious.
1. honest. 2. genuine.
... it's always the antonyms that get me.
~word (heh) I'm tight that my new Berry doesn't have the dictionary app. though! ERRRGGHH that was MY SH1T! I miss it, sadly, my vocabulary has suffered the brunt of the consequences. That'll change soon though, pay attention to the WORDS though lol kind of making a point while simultaneously throwing another under my big *ss bus that likes to crush stuff (POW!).~