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canard a deliberately false story or rumor, usu. defamatory to someone.
caricature a depiction, in a drawing or verbal description, that deliberately exaggerates or distorts some features of the person or thing represented to produce a comic or grotesque appearance. [1/4 definitions]
cut to deliberately absent oneself from. [1/25 definitions]
cute deliberately or self-consciously charming or clever; precious. [1/3 definitions]
false deliberately untrue or deceptive. [1/7 definitions]
fine print the part of a document, such as a contract or policy, that is set apart from the rest by smaller type, or is deliberately written to obscure some possibly disadvantageous aspect.
flout to show scorn or contempt for, esp. by openly or deliberately disobeying. [1/3 definitions]
lowball to give (someone) a deliberately understated price without intending to honor it. [1/3 definitions]
low profile a manner or form designed not to attract attention; deliberately inconspicuous presence or activity.
lying1 deliberately untruthful; dishonest; false. [1/3 definitions]
media event a public event that is deliberately staged in order to gain publicity from the news media.
murmur to say something in a deliberately subdued voice, as to voice a complaint. [1/6 definitions]
obstructionist anyone who deliberately prevents the ordinary conduct of affairs.
on purpose deliberately; intentionally.
op art a style of abstract, usu. hard-edged art in which forms, spaces, and colors are deliberately arranged to produce optical ambiguities and illusions.
pitchout in baseball, a ball deliberately pitched outside the plate in anticipation of an attempted steal by a base runner. [1/2 definitions]
plagiarize to wrongfully and deliberately claim as one's own (the ideas, words, or the like) of someone else. [2/3 definitions]
power up to rapidly and deliberately attempt to increase one's energy or power, as if by connecting to a power source. [1/2 definitions]
prevaricate to lie, mislead, or conceal the truth deliberately.
propaganda information or statements of opinion that are deliberately circulated among the public in order to persuade the population to accept a particular point of view, esp. one in favor of or opposed to a particular movement, cause, or doctrine.
provocation something that causes anger or irritation, esp. deliberately. [1/2 definitions]