deceit, treachery, beguiler, dishonesty, deception, swindle, darnel, cheat, slicker, artifice, imposture, duplicity, imposition, bearded darnel, trickster, treason, rig, trick, fraud, chess, cheater, tare, deceiver
deceiving (part of speech: verb)
dishonest (part of speech: adjective)
dishonorable, immoral, prevaricating, crooked, fraudulent, untrustworthy, treacherous, deceitful, crafty, insincere, unscrupulous, devious, double-faced, corrupt, dishonest, turncoat, traitorous, underhanded, hypocritical, felonious
- I guess most people were honest because I know enough about it to suspect if they were Cheating. - "The Biography of a Rabbit", Roy Benson, Jr..
- He has fallen with great facility into lying, cheating, and drinking, and if the earnest efforts to change him are attended with success, perhaps we may soon add stealing and having but one wife. - "Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, Vol. I (of 2)", John Lloyd Stephens.
- Victoria would be quite capable of cheating him out of his pay. - "The Bent Twig", Dorothy Canfield.