Deceivableness


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De`ceiv´a`ble`ness


n.1.Capability of deceiving.
With all deceivableness of unrighteousness.
- 2 Thess. ii. 10.
2.Liability to be deceived or misled; as, the deceivableness of a child.
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And oft it is uncertain, whether it be the necessary care of the body which is yet asking for sustenance, or whether a voluptuous deceivableness of greediness is proffering its services.