|deceptive, dishonest, deliberately misleading||deceitful|
|(British) horse dealer (usually dishonest)||coper|
|(from Yiddish) thief (Slang); immoral opportunist, ganev, ganof, gonif, gonof, somebody dishonest||ganef|
|(Slang) advertising ploy; device, gadget; trick, scheme, dishonest trick, hidden disadvantage, something attention-grabbing||gimmick|
|(Slang) nonsense, silliness; fraud, deception, cheat or trick, swindle (Slang), deceptive talk, trick or swindle||flimflam|
|a fake, counterfeit, fraud, hoax, fake; someone who pretends to be something he is not; pretense; decorative or protective covering (i.e. for a pillow, etc.), false, deceptive; pretended, , feigned, impostor, not genuine, pillow sham, feign; trick, dec...||sham|
|able to be mistaken, misleading, deceitful||deceptive|
|able to create, artistic; full of creativity; innovative, inventive, ideas person, intentionally deceptive about financial information, new and original, resourceful||creative|
|abnormally low body temperature, condition in which the body temperature is much lower than normal, deliberately reduced body temperature||hypothermia|
|act as respectable cover for, area of activity, aspect of something, at or near the front, battle zone, be the head of, beginning or first pages, confront, cover for illegal activities, deliberately assumed behavior, detachable shirt front, direction i...||front|
|act illegally in sport, bring disgrace on, contaminated, dirty, disgusting, disgusting; morally offensive; filthy, dirty; clogged; unfavorable (weather); obscene (language); contrary to the rules (Sports); entangled (rope), dishonest, ensnarl and preve...||foul|
|act in a pleasant and agreeable manner; deliberately attempt to gain favor, seek to please somebody||ingratiate|
|act of creeping, act of moving stealthily or furtively, deceptive, underhanded; mean, contemptible; deceitful; secret; sly, hidden from others, slight but persistent||sneaking|
|act of magic, cards from each player in a round, cheat, childish act, cunning deception, deceive; defraud; cheat; practice trickery, deceptive effect of light, made as an imitation for a joke, occasionally symptomatic, of tricks, peculiar habit, perfor...||trick|
|act of teasing, arouse physical desire without giving satisfaction, backcomb, deliberately annoy or irritate, make fun of somebody, make hair look thicker, one who mocks or taunts; act of mocking; annoyance, nuisance, person who teases sexually, persua...||tease|
|act or process of deliberately attempting to gain favor||ingratiation|
|add an explanatory note (in the margins of a text, etc.); comment; polish, add a shiny finish to; cover up, give a deceptively appealing appearance to, deceptive and superficial attractiveness, explain word or phrase, explanatory word or phrase, give d...||gloss|
|adj, corndodger//dodgy, handbill, one who dodges, one who avoids; trickster, evasive and irresponsible person, risky, sheltering screen on ship, somebody avoiding duty, somebody dishonest, Southern U.S., suspect or dishonest||dodger|
|adulterous, faithless, disloyal, traitorous; dishonest; inaccurate; having committed adultery, not like original, untrue to commitments, with no religious faith||unfaithful|
|affecting conventional femininity, deliberately outrageous, exaggerated, artificial, hyperbolic; of a homosexual||campy|
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