deceptiveness


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de·cep·tive

 (dĭ-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
Deceiving or tending to deceive: a deceptive advertisement.

de·cep′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deceptiveness - the quality of being deceptive
dishonesty - the quality of being dishonest
meretriciousness, speciousness - an appearance of truth that is false or deceptive; seeming plausibility; "the speciousness of his argument"
Translations

deceptiveness

[dɪˈseptɪvnɪs] Ncarácter m engañoso

deceptiveness

nTäuschende(s) nt; the deceptiveness of the effects of perspectivedie trügerischen Effekte der Perspektive; beware of the deceptiveness of statisticsVorsicht, Statistiken sind irreführend

deceptiveness

[dɪˈsɛptɪvnɪs] ncarattere m ingannevole; (deliberate) → carattere infido
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It will alert users to hate speech, racism, sexism, bias, sensationalism, one-sidedness or deceptiveness in news articles, using Factmata's proprietary language-analysis algorithms.
Other words synonymous with hypocrisy include: sanctimoniousness, pietism, piousness, affected superiority, false virtue, triteness, humbug, pretense, posturing, speciousness, insincerity, falsity, deceptiveness, deceitfulness, dishonesty, dissimulation, duplicity, impersonation, two-facedness, double-dealing, etc.
"I think it's his deceptiveness," explains van der Merwe.
The final was a different story and against the deceptiveness of Cook overhead in the rear court and the more dynamic forecourt play from Kimbugwe they could make little headway and went down in two sets.
Schools and churches may be too late if the growing children have already imbibed selfishness, deceptiveness, bullying and authoritarianism.
"If this is not proof of the deceptiveness of this administration's much vaunted free tertiary education program then we longer know what is," she added.
'The music is so good that there are many songs that have many themes within them, such that the writers were able to create the story around it,' explained Tamlyn Henderson, who plays Sam Carmichael, one of the potential dads, about the deceptiveness of ABBA songs.
Maybe at the end of the season you'll be prepared for her speed and deceptiveness but right now we have a young team out there and they were just getting caught."
They found that the impact of copycat apps had on the sales of the originals depends on the quality and level of deceptiveness of the copycat app, or how easily it can be discerned from the original app.
One-size-fits-all disclosure guidelines about how such ads should be labeled are likely to be ineffective, because of the wide variety of formats that covert advertising and its disclosures may take online (Wojdynski 2016), Having the ability for consumers to contextually and empirically evaluate the ST of a given message provides a valuable tool to publishers and advertisers seeking to reduce the deceptiveness of such messages.
18 -- Never in the history of politics, in the Seventy years of Independence, have we come across such double-dealing and hypocrisy 'Marked' by deliberate deceptiveness pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another.