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balk in baseball, an unpermitted, usu. deceptive, motion by a pitcher with one or more runners on base. [1/7 definitions]
bamboozle (informal) to trick by deceptive claims, flattery, or the like; deceive. [1/2 definitions]
consumerism a movement that attempts to protect consumers from defective or harmful goods and services and from unfair business practices such as deceptive advertising. [1/2 definitions]
cunning adept at subtle or deceptive planning or action; crafty; shrewd. [2/4 definitions]
deceit the quality of being misleading and deceptive; falseness. [1/3 definitions]
deceitful misleading or deceptive. [1/2 definitions]
fake not genuine or authentic; deceptive in appearance. [1/8 definitions]
false deliberately untrue or deceptive. [1/7 definitions]
gloss1 a surface appearance, often deceptive or false. [1/4 definitions]
guileful intentionally deceptive; wily.
guise external appearance or semblance, esp. if deceptive. [1/2 definitions]
honest not deceptive or misrepresented. [1/4 definitions]
ignis fatuus something deceptive or misleading, such as a false hope. [1/2 definitions]
illusory causing or being an illusion or illusions; unreal or deceptive.
jive (slang) exaggerated, deceptive talk. [2/6 definitions]
juggle to use tricks and stratagems for deceptive purposes. [2/8 definitions]
juggler one who employs deceptive tricks or fraud. [1/2 definitions]
kid2 to speak or act in a playfully deceptive way; joke. [1/3 definitions]
meretricious lacking truth or sincerity; deceptive; spurious. [1/2 definitions]
nondeceptive combined form of deceptive.
pretense a false or deceptive show, claim, or excuse. [1/4 definitions]