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pridev

1. captious

pridev

Sinonimi: faultfinding

ETYM French captieux, Latin captiosus. Related to Caption.
Tending to find and call attention to faults; SYN. faultfinding.
Peevish; ready to take offence or find fault.
Fault-finding.

2. colting

pridev

3. crank

pridev

Sinonimi: cranky | tender | tippy

ETYM as. cranc weak ; akin to Icel. krangr, Dutch and German krank sick, weak (cf. Dutch krengen to careen). Related to Crank.
(Used of boats) Inclined to heel over easily under sail; SYN. cranky, tender, tippy.
Of, relating to, or being a cranky or eccentric person; also; made or sent by such a person.

4. deceitful

pridev

Sinonimi: fallacious | fraudulent

Intended to deceive; - S.T.Coleridge; SYN. fallacious, fraudulent.

5. deceivable

pridevarhaično, zastarelo

1. Deceitful, deceptive
2. Capable of being deceived

6. deceptious

pridev

7. deceptive

pridev

Sinonimi: delusory | misleading

ETYM Cf. French déceptif. Related to Deceive.
1. Causing one to believe what is not true or fail to believe what is true; SYN. delusory.
2. Tending to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently; SYN. misleading.

8. dodgery

pridev

9. double-dealing

pridev

Given to or marked by duplicity.

10. double-tongued

pridev

11. mobile

pridev

Sinonimi: nomadic | peregrine | roving | wandering

ETYM Latin mobilis, for movibilis, from movere to move: cf. French mobile. Related to Move.
1. Moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place).
2. Capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another.
3. Having transportation available.
4. (Of groups of people) Tending to travel and change settlements frequently; SYN. nomadic, peregrine, roving, wandering.

12. shifty

pridev

1. Full of or ready with expedients; resourceful
2. Given to deception, evasion, or fraud; tricky; capable of evasive movement; elusive
3. Indicative of a tricky nature
4. Suspicious, untrustworthy

13. volatile

pridev

ETYM French volatil, Latin volatilis, from volare to fly, perhaps akin to velox swift, Eng. velocity. Related to Volley.
1. Tending to vary often or widely.
2. (Chemistry) Evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures.

14. weaselly

pridev

Resembling or suggestive of a weasel.

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