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used in Antigone

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to lie to or mislead someone — occasionally to lie to oneself by denying reality
  • Hither comes in angry mood Haemon, latest of thy brood; Is it for his bride he's grieved, Or her marriage-bed deceived, Doth he make his mourn for thee, Maid forlorn, Antigone?
  • On press on, My henchmen, haste with double speed to the tomb Where rocks down-torn have made a gap, look in And tell me if in truth I recognize The voice of Haemon or am heaven-deceived.

There are no more uses of "deceive" in Antigone.

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