given to deceiving:
A deceitful person cannot keep friends for long.
intended to deceive; misleading; fraudulent:
a deceitful action.
full of deceit
verb (used with object), undeceived, undeceiving. 1. to free from deception, fallacy, or mistake. verb 1. (transitive) to reveal the truth to (someone previously misled or deceived); enlighten
adjective 1. neat; trim; smart: He looked very dapper in his new suit. 2. lively and brisk: to walk with a dapper step. 3. small and active. adjective 1. neat and spruce in dress and bearing; trim 2. small and nimble
adjective 1. full of danger or risk; causing danger; perilous; risky; hazardous; unsafe. 2. able or likely to cause physical injury: a dangerous criminal. adjective 1. causing danger; perilous see: little knowledge is a dangerous thing live dangerously
adjective 1. apt or tending to deceive: The enemy’s peaceful overtures may be deceptive. 2. perceptually misleading: It looks like a curved line, but it’s deceptive. adjective 1. likely or designed to deceive; misleading: appearances can be deceptive 2. (music) (of a cadence) another word for interrupted (sense 3)