from The Century Dictionary.

  • That may be deceived; subject to deceit or imposition; capable of being misled or entrapped; exposed to imposture.
  • . Producing error or deception; deceptive.
  • noun Capability of being deceived; deceivableness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Fitted to deceive; deceitful.
  • adjective Subject to deceit; capable of being misled.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Able to be deceived; gullible.
  • adjective obsolete Deceitful.


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  • Therefore it is good to consider of deformity, not as a sign, which is more deceivable; but as a cause, which seldom faileth of the effect.

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  • Yea, such is the power of deceivable lusts, that many will admire at the blindness of others in former generations who considered not the works of God (as the Jews in ` the wilderness), when themselves are under actual contempt of no less glorious dispensations; like the Pharisees, who bewailed the folly of their fathers in persecuting the prophets, when themselves were endeavouring to kill the Son of God, Matt. xxiii.

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  • Satan in his damnable, deceivable counterfeiting has now _his_ trinity.

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  • God -- seeing, I say, my Lords here present speak nothing in the contrary of the doctrine proposed, I cannot but hold it to be the very truth of God, and the contrary to be deceivable doctrine. '

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  • I am confident that most if not all the miscarriages of the saints and people of God have their rise from deceivable thoughts here.

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  • We would have gone out to hear the word abroad, but that thou didst reprove us, and also tell us that that which we see now is the way of God was heresy and a deceivable doctrine, and wast not contented, blind guide as thou wert, to fall into the ditch thyself, but hast also led us thither with thee.

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  • With such an ignorant and deceivable majority, States would soon run to ruin, but that there are limitations beyond which the folly and ambition of governors cannot go.

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