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duplicity
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
deception (lying to or misleading others) — usually over an extended period
  • Whatever Conklin's faults and duplicities, few men in the intelligence community had the insights and the sources he had developed over a lifetime of commitment.
    Chapter 6 (18% in)
duplicities = deceptions
  • It's frequently used to obscure duplicity, as well as to disarm an adversary.
    Chapter 14 (68% in)
  • He would feign outrage and tell us bluntly that if we pursue such despicable fantasies in an attempt to discredit him, he'll void the China Accords, claiming duplicity, and move Hong Kong into Peking's economic orbit immediately.
    Chapter 20 (42% in)

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