- v. Simple past tense and past participle of undeceive.
- adj. freed of a mistaken or misguided notion
“But the first word undeceived him; and he let his head once more fall between the palms of his hands.”
“In this tradition of comedy, the comedic text (or performance) presents a thoroughly undeceived view of human life, responding to "our endless and repetitive cycle of suffering, our horror of it, our inability to escape it," with unremitting laughter.”
“They went to it, for three-minute rounds with a minute rests, and Sam Stubener was immediately undeceived.”
“But the terrible fashion in which he coughed and strangled would quickly have undeceived me, had not Louis, bending over the booby-companion, uttered a startled exclamation.”
“Her wry, undeceived, pinny-wearing housekeeper Darya Jane Bertish is an entertaining contrast.”
“One flight out sideways would have undeceived him.”
“Sometimes we are less unhappy in being deceived by those we love, than in being undeceived by them.”
“Obama is sufficiently humane and sufficiently undeceived to take no pleasure in sending soldiers to their deaths for a futile cause.”
“Far from being in denial about what I want and what men want, I'm brutally honest and undeceived about it - but IRL, men really don't like that, and far prefer the woman who believes life and romance operate according to the rules of a Mills and Boon book!”
““Even yet,” continued he, “I can scarcely feel undeceived; your engagement seemed so positive, your connection so irretrievable, — so, — so fixed, I mean. —””
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