Deceitful and Honest
Opposite meaning words
Deceitful adjective - Marked by, based on, or done by the use of dishonest methods to acquire something of value.
Usage example: charged the store owner with such deceitful practices as inflating the list prices for items only so he could put them on sale at drastically reduced prices
Honest adjective - Being in the habit of telling the truth.
Usage example: at least the weatherman is honest and doesn't pretend to be able to predict the unpredictable
Both words in one sentence
- Dennis, however, is a deceitful person who seems to love the attention he gets from shows, while Yuya is an honest person and performs for the sake of entertaining the audience, and his opponents.
- Adult fiction, on the other hand, often depicts the Royalists as deceitful, Frenchified, crypto-Catholic cads and the Roundheads as solid, honest, decent, beef-hearted true Englishmen.
Source: Historical Hero Upgrade
- Beware the Honest Ones: An evil version in Pentius, a rarity amongst the deceitful and manipulative Quintessons.
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