Lexicographical Neighbors of Deceptional
Literary usage of Deceptional
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lawrie Todd: Or, the Settlers in the Woods by John Galt (1849)
"And in that I had an eye to futurity; for I thought if I played a deceptional part, that maybe hereafter, when I might want to discount a bit scrap of paper ..."
2. Buffalo Medical Journal (1901)
"... intelligently used as nature's assistant will save life, relieve suffering, and restore health, to never justify their deceptional use to cheat nature. ..."
3. Programming, Pitfalls and Puppy-Dog Tales by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"... “FRAUDULENT CAUSE” IN THE FIRST PLACE AS “UNDER DURESS” AND THROUGH “deceptional PRACTICE”. 2) This next change will be hard for certain colleagues. ..."