apt or tending to deceive:
The enemy’s peaceful overtures may be deceptive.
perceptually misleading:
It looks like a curved line, but it’s deceptive.
likely or designed to deceive; misleading: appearances can be deceptive
(music) (of a cadence) another word for interrupted (sense 3)


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