1 Almost everyone who has gone to the bad early in life has had a deceitful mother.
2 Nothing is more deceitful," said Darcy, "than the appearance of humility.
3 She cannot accuse me of showing one bit of deceitful softness.
4 'A deceitful, bad-hearted girl,' said Mrs. Joram.
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5 I felt that you were false and deceitful.
6 He had previously communicated his plan to the former, who aided the deceit by quitting his house, under the pretence of a journey and concealed himself, with his daughter, in an obscure part of Paris.
7 He revolved a thousand plans by which he should be enabled to prolong the deceit until it might be no longer necessary, and secretly to take his daughter with him when he departed.
8 The greater the accumulation of deceit and trouble in the world, the brighter and the purer shone the star of Dora high above the world.
9 Except deceit and lying nothing could come of it now; and deceit and lying were opposed to his nature.
10 He vividly recalled all the constantly recurring instances of inevitable necessity for lying and deceit, which were so against his natural bent.
11 He recalled particularly vividly the shame he had more than once detected in her at this necessity for lying and deceit.
12 Vronsky could not understand how she, with her strong and truthful nature, could endure this state of deceit, and not long to get out of it.
13 There is no deceit she would stick at.
14 He felt that the husband was magnanimous even in his sorrow, while he had been base and petty in his deceit.
15 All this was falsehood, disgusting, irreverent deceit.