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- Second-person singular simple present form of deceive verb
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“Then I do not desire to have thee for godfather,” said the man; “thou deceivest men and leadest them astray.”. [Household Tales]
If thou so think, thou deceivest thyself; for all things shall come to pass as in his incomprehensible judgment he hath appointed.. [Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel]
Thou deceivest thyself, Sancho, therein, quoth Don Quixote; for, seeing we are fallen already into suspicion of the owner, we are bound to search and restore it to him; and when we would not seek him out, yet the vehement presumption that we have of it hath made us possessors mala fide, and renders us as culpable as if he whom we surmise were verily the true lord.. [The Third Book. IX. Of That Which Befel the Famous Don Quixote in Sierra Morena Which Was One of the Most Rare Adventures That in This or Any Other So Authentic a History Is Recounted]
Thou art the Truth, and deceivest not, nor canst be deceived.. [XLV. Book III: On Inward Consolation. That we must not believe Everyone, and that we are prone to fall in our Words]
No, in truth, thou deceivest thyself, and losest the day of grace, and the favour of God, and makest thyself guilty towards God, in that He gives the evil spirits power over thee, so that thou canst do no good work.. [Light, Life, and Love : selections from the German mystics of the middle ages]
If thou speakest good and doest good, men suppose that thou lovest good: therefore look well that thy thought be in God, or else thou deceivest thyself, and deceivest men.. [The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises]
"If thou deceivest me not," began Harold, doubting still.. [Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 04]
"If thou deceivest me not," said William, in surprise, "and thou canst make good thy words, no prelate in Neustria, save Odo of Bayeux, shall lift his head high as thine.". [Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 02]
Sibyll Warner as man loves the maiden he would wed, thou deceivest thyself to thine own misery.. [The Last of the Barons — Volume 08]
I tell thee that if thou dreamest that Lord Hastings loves Sibyll Warner as man loves the maiden he would wed, thou deceivest thyself to thine own misery.. [The Last of the Barons — Complete]
"Then I do not desire to have thee for godfather," said the man; "thou deceivest men and leadest them astray.". [Household Tales by Brothers Grimm]
For in truth and reality, fraud is as great an injury as violence, although human laws cannot take cognizance of it, so as to relieve every man that is over reached in a bargain: nay, of the two, it is worse; for whenever thou deceivest a man in this kind, thou dost not only wrong him in point of estate, but thou abusest his understanding.. [The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 07.]
"If thou deceivest beings so feeble and so innocent, Heaven will remember the wrong.". [The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish]
All thy righteousness is unclean before God, and thy repentances defile thee: and yet because of some such duties, though deceivest thyself, and are clean in thine own eyes.. [The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning]
James beseeches such a one to lay aside his perverse unwillingness to know what is palpable to all who are willing to do. vain -- who deceivest thyself with a delusive hope, resting on an unreal faith. without works -- The Greek, implies separate from the works [Alford] which ought to flow from it if it were real. is dead -- Some of the best manuscripts read, "is idle," that is, unavailing to effect what you hope, namely, to save you.. [Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible]
"Either thou deceivest thyself, Sister," she added, "which is ill enough, or thou wouldst fain deceive me.. [In Convent Walls The Story of the Despensers]
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