Webster 1913 Edition
Tending to deceive; having power to mislead, or impress with false opinions;
deceptivecountenance or appearance
deceptive, and hiding the deeper reality from our eyes.
a cadence on the subdominant, or in some foreign key, postponing the final close.
Webster 1828 Edition
DECEP'TORY, a. Tending to deceive; containing qualities or means adapted to mislead.
DECERPT, a. Cropped.
DECERP'TION, n. [L. to pluck off.] A pulling or plucking off; a cropping.
DECERTA'TION, n. [L. To strive.] Strife; contest for mastery.
DECES'SION, n. [L. to pass.] Departure.
DECH'ARM, v.t. To remove a spell or enchantment; to disenchant.
DECH'ARMED, pp. Disenchanted.
DECH'ARMING, ppr. Removing a spell.
DECHRIS'TIANIZE, v.t. To turn from christianity; to banish christian belief and principles from.
DECI'DABLE, a. That may be decided.