1 But it ain't right to deceive us, son, and it brings blame on us.
2 Now it is you who are telling lies and seeking to deceive me, Mademoiselle; or else you have never been in love, and know nothing about it.
3 It was of no use for them to try to deceive him; he knew as much about the situation as they did, and he knew that the family might literally starve to death.
4 It was evident that this excess of caution proceeded from an experience that no subtlety on the part of their enemies could deceive.
5 But while Duncan resorted to these words of consolation to quiet the apprehensions of the sisters, he was not so weak as to deceive himself.
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6 The recollection of the scout did not deceive him.
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7 The competitors for this office sought as diligently to please their overseers, as the office-seekers in the political parties seek to please and deceive the people.
8 He possessed all the disposition to deceive, but wanted the power.
9 Mr. Covey's forte consisted in his power to deceive.
10 Every thing he possessed in the shape of learning or religion, he made conform to his disposition to deceive.
11 She had noted the slight, dry cough, the daily brightening cheek; nor could the lustre of the eye, and the airy buoyancy born of fever, deceive her.
12 He spoke kinder than usual, and said he should come back; but it didn't deceive me.
13 Never deceive him by look or word, Meg, and he will give you the confidence you deserve, the support you need.
14 As regards your questions, however, I will not prevaricate nor deceive you, but will tell you without concealment all that the old man of the sea told me.
15 As regards your question, however, I will not prevaricate nor deceive you, but what the old man of the sea told me, so much will I tell you in full.