They have a better ability to deceive others.
It has pursued a “deliberate” strategy to deceive parliament.
LaRouche said he had used that committee to deceive people abroad as well.
It is also possible to deceive by omitting to make certain statements, or by remaining silent.
Let it deceive them, then, a little longer; it cannot deceive them too much.”
While both misinformation and disinformation can deceive audiences, the distinction is that disinformation is intentionally, maliciously deceptive.
A poker machine manufacturer has been sued in Australia's federal court by a former gambling addict, who alleged the devices mislead and deceive players.
It is also possible to deceive an addressee about some matter other than the content of the statement made (e.g., making a truthful statement, but faking an accent).
"Worse, we tried to deceive even the WHO, the EU and the 'provident' European countries, declaring to have capabilities which, in the light of the facts, we did not have."
Although Tuchel wanted to take Jorginho to PSG, the Italian has flattered to deceive in England, while Mateo Kovacic lacks positional discipline and offers little incision.
My art is full of bitter compassion for all those who deceive themselves; but this compassion cannot fail to be followed by the ferocious derision of destiny which condemns man to deception.
Hoban glanced a header narrowly off target before Hedges - who only came on three minutes earlier - cut inside from the right flank to deceive goalkeeper Elliot Parish with a deflected finish.
Social media companies deceive their users by manipulating their attention, directing it towards their own commercial purposes, and deliberately engineering addiction to the services they provide.
Summary: In this upcoming book, Jones, an assistant professor of Middle East Studies at Hamad bin Khalifa University in Qatar, uncovers the full range of online tactics deployed by Gulf regimes and their allies to deceive domestic and international audiences.
6.3.47 Any proposal to deceive a contributor for comedy and entertainment purposes, whether or not they are in the public eye, must be referred to a senior editorial figure, or for independent production companies to the commissioning editor, who must consult Editorial Policy.
“Despite that knowledge, the defendant companies continued to aggressively produce, market and sell vast quantities of fossil fuels for a global market, while at the same time engaging in an organised campaign to deceive consumers about the dangers of massive fossil-fuel production,” the statement alleged.
Acquaintances describe Kravetz as 'wicked,' treacherous and 'sociopathic' — 'cunning, devious' and 'controlling,' prone to emotional 'blackmail' and able to 'deceive' those around her for 'long' periods of 'time.' … highly aggressive and 'extremely manipulative' … bullying, violent, 'self-centered and conniving.'
Or maybe they would have found the flaws in Mincemeat a little too obvious, and concluded that the British were trying to deceive Germany into thinking that they were trying to deceive Germany into thinking that Greece and Sardinia were the real targets—in order to mask the fact that Greece and Sardinia were the real targets.
(Kun Khyen Padkar, 2004: 66) Ultimate truth, on the other hand, is defined as “that which does not deceive a correct perception (yang dag pa'i mthong ba), or that which does not deceive reality as it is (gnas lugs la mi bslu ba), or that which does not deceive an awakened perspective (sang rgyas kyi gzigs ngor).”
Against the intention to deceive the addressee condition of L1 it has been objected that, even if an intention to deceive the addressee is required for lying, it is not necessary that it be an intention to deceive the addressee about the content of the untruthful statement; it may be an intention to deceive the addressee about the beliefs of the speaker abut the statement—specifically, the belief that the untruthful statement is true (Chisholm and Feehan 1977, 152; Williams 2002, 74; Reboul 1994, 294; Mahon 2008, 220; Tollefsen 2014, 24).
- be false to; be dishonest with
- cause someone to believe an untruth
Example: The insurance company deceived me when they told me they were covering my house
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Against the intention to deceive the addressee condition of L1 it has been objected that even if an intention to deceive the addressee is required for lying it is not necessary that it be an intention to deceive the addressee about the content of the untruthful statement it may be an intention to deceive the addressee about the beliefs of the speaker abut the statement—specifically the belief that the untruthful statement is true Chisholm and Feehan 1977 152 Williams 2002 74 Reboul 1994 294 Mahon 2008 220 Tollefsen 2014 24