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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishduplicitydu‧plic‧i‧ty /djuːˈplɪsəti $ duː-/ noun [uncountable]  DISHONESTdishonest behaviour that is intended to deceive someoneduplicitous adjective
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duplicityMy life developed into a duplicity.I saw it most in our native duplicity.Creatures have no duplicity, like man.Nor will I tolerate any lying or duplicity.It was uncomfortable having to keep up a false front, and we regretted the distance our duplicity created.What was it to her if he chose to conduct himself with duplicity?
From Longman Business Dictionaryduplicitydu‧plic‧i‧ty /djuːˈplɪsətiduː-/ noun [uncountable] formal dishonest behaviour that is intended to deceive someoneShe accused him of duplicity in the negotiations.duplicitous adjective
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