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deceitful Meaning in Bengali

 শঠ, প্রতারণাপূর্ণ, ধড়িবাজ, কপটাচারী, দ্বিভাব, ঠেঁটা, ধূর্ত, কুটিল, শঠতাপুর্ণ, জালিক, সিধ্যা, বিশ্বাসঘাতক, ভুল, কৌশলপূর্ণ, ধাপ্পাবাজ, ঠক, প্রবঞ্চক,


কৌশলপূর্ণ, ভুল, বিশ্বাসঘাতক, সিধ্যা, জালিক, শঠতাপুর্ণ, কুটিল, ধূর্ত, ঠেঁটা, দ্বিভাব, কপটাচারী, ধড়িবাজ, প্রতারণাপূর্ণ, শঠ,

deceitful's Usage Examples:

Charity fraud not only includes fictitious charities but also deceitful business acts.

Corinthia, whose inhabitants were adventurous seafarers, credited with deceitful propensities.

attorney Christina Agola until she was disbarred over allegations of deceitful conduct.

says, "The hypothesis of the evil genius is substituted for that of the deceitful God simply because it is less offensive and less patently incoherent.

is that activities (including in sadomasochism) must not be coercive, deceitful, or injurious without prior agreement or knowledge.

travelers off highways into commercial areas, and could potentially be tacky, deceitful and an overall waste of time and money.

The main character is the deceitful Joker, who fashions himself unbeatable, owing to his chameleon-like ability.

Collusion is a deceitful agreement or secret cooperation between two or more parties to limit open competition by deceiving, misleading or defrauding.

interchangeably with jerk, and can also be used as a verb to describe rude or deceitful actions.

He is known among Hindus as a deceitful demon who pursued his evil ways by shape-shifting.

is constantly referred to as "cruel Odysseus" (Latin dirus Ulixes) or "deceitful Odysseus" (pellacis, fandi fictor).

It deals with the issue of exploitation of tribal people by the deceitful landlord.

and occasionally South Asian and or Southeast Asian women as strong, deceitful, domineering, mysterious, and often sexually alluring.

Although Junior is portrayed as bitter and deceitful in season one, he shows a more considerate and humorous side of himself.


double-dealing; two-faced; duplicitous; dishonorable; double-tongued; double-faced; dishonest; ambidextrous; Janus-faced;


trustworthy; true; straight; sincere; honest;

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