Synonyms for deceives or Related words with deceives

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Examples of "deceives"
Azeban deceives animals and other beings for food or other services.
Satan then deceives Adam and Eve into eating of the fruits of the tree: (2:36)
“We read the world wrong and say that it deceives us.”
A hidden ball trick is a play in which a player deceives the opposing team about the location of the ball. In the game of baseball, the defense deceives the runner about the location of the ball, in an effort to tag out the runner. In the game of American football, the offense deceives the defense about the location of the ball, in attempt to get the defense running the wrong way, such as in a fumblerooski.
The narrative of Esau selling his birthright to Jacob, in , states that Esau despised his birthright. However, it also alludes to Jacob being one who deceives.
Evasion is, in ethics, an act that deceives by stating a true statement that is irrelevant or leads to a false conclusion.
The earliest reference to kissing in the Old Testament is in Genesis 27:26, when Jacob deceives his father to obtain his blessing:
The mission of Shivu is complete but the ACP deceives him. The frustrated Shivu takes law in to his own hand in clearing his decks for joining Preethi.
The camouflage of the orchid mantis probably deceives potential predators, as well as serving as aggressive mimicry of the orchid to help catch insect prey.
Melanie McFarland, another television critic, also laments that the show does little to educate on successful intervention and instead deceives the subjects of each episode in order to film them at their lowest point.
Predatory mortgage lending is when a dishonest financial institution willfully misleads or deceives the consumer. Some mortgage consultants, processors and executives of mortgage companies have been involved in predatory lending.
Hungry for power, Richard is determined to make himself King, and pits King Edward against his brother, the Duke of Clarence, who is imprisoned in the Tower of London. Meanwhile, Richard deceives and marries Prince Edward's widow Lady Anne Neville.
The play concerns two men, John and Charles, who plan on defrauding Miss A out of her inheritance. The play scams and deceives to the very end, while emphasising the truth repeatedly.
A grid illusion is any kind of grid that deceives a person's vision. The two most common types of grid illusions are the Hermann grid illusion and the scintillating grid illusion.
Andhatamisra (blind-darkness): Here, a man – who deceives another man and enjoys his wife or children – is tormented to the extent he loses his consciousness and sight. The torture is described as cutting the tree at its roots.
Walter attempts to reason with Charlene, but when she refuses to give in, he deceives her and uses the local police force to be sure that she must leave on the train with the rest of the troupe.
Paramasivam's elder brother's daughter Kasturi also lives in the same house. Rangasamy befriends Mani and tryies to find who is who. Shantha deceives him saying Kasturi is Paramasivam's daughter and she (Shantha) is Paramasivam's elder brother's daughter.
"if it contains false information and is therefore untruthful... or if it or its overall presentation in any way deceives or is likely to deceive the average consumer... even if the information is factually correct"
Revenge, like most texts, is a very big role in this text. After the physician deceives Death time and time again, Death gets very angry and decides to take revenge. When he is about to light a new candle for his godson, he instead snuffs out his current one, causing the physician to die instantly. This is a unique kind of revenge though. Death doesn't just kill his Godson; he first deceives the physician by making him think he is going to get more life. This is possibly a form of payback on top of killing him because the physician deceived Death.
If ever a person "A" deceives a person "B" into believing that something, "p", is true, "A" knows or truly believes that "p" is false while causing "B" to believe that "p" is true. So when "A" deceives "A" (i.e., himself) into believing that "p" is true, he knows or truly believes that "p" is false while causing himself to believe that "p" is true. Thus, "A" must simultaneously believe that "p" is false and believe that "p" is true. But how is this possible?