Deceive and Fox

Deceive

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Deceive verb – To cause to believe what is untrue.
Fox and deceive are semantically related In some cases you can use "Fox" instead a verb "Deceive".
Nearby Words: deception, deceit, deceptive, deceiving, deceiver
Synonyms for Deceive

Fox

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Fox verb – To throw into a state of mental uncertainty.
Usage example: she won't be foxed by such telemarketing tricks

Deceive and fox are semantically related in trick topic. You can use "Deceive" instead a verb "Fox", if it concerns topics such as outwit, get the better of.
Nearby Word: foxy
Synonyms for Fox

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  • Cunning Like a Fox If a fox shows up in a Scandinavian folktale, you know that it's going to at some point trick or at least deceive someone in an amusing way — and if a bear shows up in the same story, it's going to be the victim.
  • Fantastic Foxes Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio contains 86 tales of Chinese fox spirits, most of whom assume female form to deceive humans.
  • Fantastic Foxes In keeping with being able to deceive, some legends paint foxes or fox spirits as shapeshifters, able to assume other forms under certain conditions or even at will.
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