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spurious (adj)
fake; conuterfeit
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The check that the employer gave my sister was spurious.
guile (n)
trickery; deciet
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The bandit was known as a guile criminal.
beguile (v)
to decieve with charm
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The snake charmer beguiled the snake to rise out of the basket.
strategem (n)
a decietful scheme
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The college students concocted a strategem to hiest some beer.
surreptitious (adj)
deceptive; sneaky
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The sly fox acted very surreptitious.
clandestine (adj)
secret; hidden
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The attic door on the cieling was rather clandestine.
stealth (n)
sneakiness; ability to avoid detection
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The runner on base used his stealthful skills to run past the others and score.
duplicity (n)
deciet; hypocritical deception
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duplit
The garbageman used duplicity to trick his customers out of their money.
specious (adj)
false, but plausible
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The girl's specious comment about her "stolen" lunch was ture.
furtive (adj)
secretive; sneaky
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The dectective searched the premesis rather furtively.
pseudonym (n)
pen name
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pseudo, nym
Many girls of the 19th century used pseudonyms to protect their identity so that they were men.
fallacious (adj)
deceptive; false
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The boy who wet his pants was acted very fallacious over the whole matter.
rapacious (adj)
greedy; ravenous
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rapere
Mr. Moneybags acted very rapacious over his large fortune.