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used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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the act of deceiving (lying to or misleading someone); or the misleading falsehood
  • But now he knew enough to accept the necessity for all the deception and what he learned at Gaylord's only strengthened him in his belief in the things that he did hold to be true.
    Chapter 18 (24% in)

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