Duplicity

So people do stuff for money.

So, then, devious and deep duplicity takes over

from ability.

And the rest,

as they say,

is history…….

Chris Hemmings

October 23/2016

Lexicon and translation:

duplicity
djuːˈplɪsɪti,djʊ-/
noun
1.
deceitfulness.
“the president was accused of duplicity in his dealings with Congress”

Synonyms:
deceitfulness,
deceit,
deception,
deviousness,
two-facedness,
double-dealing,
underhandedness,
dishonesty,
falseness,
falsity,
fraud,
fraudulence,
sharp practice,
swindling,
cheating,
chicanery,
trickery,
craft,
guile,
artifice,
subterfuge,
skulduggery,
treachery,
unfairness,
unjustness,
perfidy,
improbity;

Informal:
crookedness,
shadiness,
foxiness,
dirty tricks,
shenanigans,
monkey business,
funny business,
hanky-panky;
jiggery-pokery,
codology;

archaic:
knavery,
knavishness,

management:
“his conscience would not allow him to enter into duplicity”.

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