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Definitiondeception (lying to or misleading others) — usually over an extended period
- Now he saw that she understood entirely too well and he felt the usual masculine indignation at the duplicity of women.4.36 (16% in)
- Had Scarlett been possessed of such an anger, she would have been stamping both feet and roaring like Gerald in his finest days, calling on God to witness the accursed duplicity and knavishness of mankind and uttering blood-curdling threats of retaliation.5.55 (27% in)
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