Deceivably


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De`ceiv´a`bly


adv.1.In a deceivable manner.
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The poor people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa being the most hit by the war on terror need not be treated so deceivably by the Federal Government.
This deceivably simple but pertinent question is the starting point of Gregor Dobler's analysis in Traders and Trade.
The result is a deceivably complex roof that creates an airy effect, "like floating on a cloud," Phifer says, adding, "All distractions are stripped away.