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deceive
used in Interview with the Vampire

4 uses
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Definition
to lie to or mislead someone — occasionally to lie to oneself by denying reality
  • For —a moment I thought my eyes deceived me.
    Part 3 (32% in)
  • But I knew I might deceive him if I used all my skill, and, bending close to him now, I whispered the word, 'Father.'
    Part 1 (34% in)
  • And as I turned saying, Louis, you deceive yourself, and started up, they started up.
    Part 3 (7% in)
  • (r)h, I remember perfectly what mortal vision was, the dimness of it, and how the vampire's beauty burned through that veil, so powerfully alluring, so utterly deceiving!
    Part 3 (49% in)

There are no more uses of "deceive" in Interview with the Vampire.

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