Deceitful and Machiavellian


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Deceitful adjective – Marked by, based on, or done by the use of dishonest methods to acquire something of value.
Machiavellian is a synonym for deceitful in dishonest topic. In some cases you can use "Machiavellian" instead an adjective "Deceitful", when it comes to topics like cunning.
Nearby Words: deceit, deceiving, deceiver, deceitfully
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Machiavellian adjective – Not guided by or showing a concern for what is right.
Usage example: yet another tale of a power-mad dictator with a Machiavellian plan to take over the world

Deceitful is a synonym for Machiavellian in scheming topic. You can use "Deceitful" instead an adjective "Machiavellian", if it concerns topics such as cunning, dishonest, devious.
Nearby Word: Machiavellianism
Synonyms for Machiavellian

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personality deceitful personality Machiavellian personality
scheme deceitful scheme Machiavellian scheme
ways deceitful ways Machiavellian ways
bastards deceitful bastards Machiavellian bastards
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