Do you think the gods will come to the help of perjurers and deceivers?
But the Sophist is the Proteus who takes the likeness of all of them; all other deceivers have a piece of him in them.
If the deceivers are not entirely deceived, they profess acquiescence, and perpetual acquiescence induces half-deception.
Feeders of cheap honey for market, deceivers or deceived, 335.
That is why Diderot called the deceivers 'fair as the seraphin of Klopstock, terrible as the fiends of Milton.'
They were but human beings, food for imposture, and preyed on by deceivers.
When the people give way, their deceivers, betrayers and destroyers press upon them so fast that there is no resisting afterwards.
It is not remarkable that she formed the conclusion that men were "deceivers ever."
As for Maria she retired from silk and all, without a word about deceivers, which was also remarkable.
I should have seen the sickly romance which ends in dupes and deceivers.
c.1300, from Old French decevoir (12c., Modern French décevoir) "to deceive," from Latin decipere "to ensnare, take in, beguile, cheat," from de- "from" or pejorative + capere "to take" (see capable). Related: Deceived; deceiver; deceiving.