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deceiving Meaning in Bengali

 জালিক, ছলনাপূর্ণ, অনৃজু, ভুলান, ধোঁকাবাজ,


ধোঁকা দেত্তয়া, ধোঁকাবাজি করা, জুয়াচুরি করা, কলা দেখান, কপটাচরণ করা, ভাঁড়ান, ছলনা করা, ভুলান, প্রবঁচনা করা, প্রতারণা করা, ছল করা, শঠতা করা, ছলাকলা করা, ছলা,

deceiving's Usage Examples:

 'the false messiah, liar, the deceiver, the deceiving messiah'; Syriac: ܡܫܝܚܐ ܕܓܠܐ‎, romanized: Mšiha Daggala) is an evil figure.

introduced the notion of the Deus deceptor, a posited being capable of deceiving the thinking ego about reality.

make no distinction between the deceiving God and evil demon arguments and regard anything said about the deceiving God as being equivalent to saying.

It is also the sin of purposeful misguiding, misleading or the deceiving of another, usually through falsity or by failure of full disclosure,.

As in 1959, the UDR realized deceiving results (although they did moderately gain).

Lactifluus deceptivus (synonym Lactarius deceptivus), commonly known as the deceiving milkcap, is a common species of fungus in the family Russulaceae.

(security), obtaining confidential information by manipulating and/or deceiving people and artificial intelligence.

cooperation between two or more parties to limit open competition by deceiving, misleading or defrauding others of their legal right.

that marks fabrication as unethical, and thus different from scientists deceiving themselves.

force on a front where a decision is not sought, made with the aim of deceiving the enemy.

rugby union and Australian rules football, a dummy or feint is a player deceiving the opposition into believing he is going to pass, shoot, move in a certain.

Midland Line, and the surveyor warned that the water levels could be deceiving.

Aubrietias were designed to look like small merchantmen, in the hope of deceiving U-boat commanders, a tactic known as the Q-ship.

sculpturatum - yellowing knight (now a redirect) Tricholoma sejunctum - deceiving knight Tricholoma serratifolium Tricholoma silvaticoides Tricholoma squarrulosum.

It has been accused of knowingly deceiving customers into signing up for monthly purchases without informed consent.

analysis indicate that the anatomical similarity to the Muscovy duck is deceiving and that the species is appropriately placed in a monotypic genus, as.

This statistic is a somewhat deceiving indicator of political stability, however, because of the Dominican practice.

After a deceiving start in the Belgian First Division he was fired by the club and replaced.

He is said to have been responsible for deceiving Eve.


trompe-l"oeil; unreal;


natural; realistic; real;

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