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deception

Definition of deception

Etymology

    Past participle of Latin decipere "deceive" Gerund form of to deceive;

Pronunciation

Noun

deception (plural deceptions)

  1. An instance of actions and/or schemes fabricated to mislead and/or delude someone into errantly believing a lie or inaccuracy.

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