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candid without deception or concealment; honest; forthright. [1/4 definitions]
caper1 (informal) a theft or crime, usu. involving deception. [1/4 definitions]
chicane trickery or deception; chicanery. [1/4 definitions]
chicanery deception by clever or cunning means. [1/2 definitions]
con3 (informal) pertaining to trickery or deception that involves an abuse of confidence. [1/3 definitions]
defraud to deprive of something by wrongful and usu. unlawful deception; cheat; swindle.
disabuse to free (a person) from misconception or deception; set straight.
double-dealing an act of deception, duplicity, or treachery. [2 definitions]
finagle to cheat, trick, or persuade by deception. [1/3 definitions]
flimflam a swindle, deception, or trick. [1/3 definitions]
fraud deliberate deception or trickery used for unfair or illegal advantage. [1/3 definitions]
genuine free from deception or pretense; sincere. [1/2 definitions]
hoax an act of deception, esp. a humorous or mischievous trick. [1/3 definitions]
humbug to engage in deception, fraud, or other trickery. [1/8 definitions]
hype (informal) a deception or swindle. [1/4 definitions]
juggle to alter or manipulate for the purpose of deception. [1/8 definitions]
legerdemain trickery or deception. [1/2 definitions]
lull to cause (someone) to relax his or her ordinary alertness, so as to make vulnerable to deception. [1/4 definitions]
operate (informal) to act with skillful deception so as to improve one's own situation. [1/5 definitions]
palm off to sell or get someone to accept (something) by deception, as by misrepresenting it.
put-on (informal) a deception done to amuse or tease; hoax. [1/3 definitions]