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- adj. Not deceivable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not capable of being deceived; not subject to deception.
- Incapable of deceiving; undeceitful.
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His positive response to skepticism, however, takes the mind to be undeceivable with regard to its ideas.
The conductor came down the car, picking out Troubletonians with his undeceivable eye, and leaned toward us with outstretched fingers.
From this fact also spring the numerous anecdotes concerning the wild rulers of uncultivated people, who simply read the guilt of the suspect from his external behavior, or even more frequently were able to select the criminal with undeceivable acuteness from a number brought before them.
Does an inflexible, undeceivable moral principle exist, independent of man, in the universe and in things?
At the mention of that indomitable, remorseless, undeceivable newsgatherer, Mayfair, and the possibility of his gaining entrance into the house, Mrs. De Peyster experienced a new shudder.
"You may," rapidly said the undeceivable Mr. Mayfair.
That narrow-nosed, triangular head with its pointed fangs, those bright, cruel, undeceivable eyes, smote the trout with instant alarm.
Probably everyone knows by now the circumstances of its origin, and how Mr. WELLS and his son are (for the moment) the rearguard in that long procession of unprejudiced and undeceivable observers who have essayed to pluck the truth about
It is all of worse than no avail with these undeceivable readers of character.
'Paula,' she said, with an undeceivable air, 'I don't think you should run after a young man like this.
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