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Definition of Double dealing

Double dealing
Double dealing Dou"ble deal"ing False or deceitful dealing. See Double dealing, under Dealing. --Shak.
Double dealing
Dealing Deal"ing, n. The act of one who deals; distribution of anything, as of cards to the players; method of business; traffic; intercourse; transaction; as, to have dealings with a person. Double dealing, insincere, treacherous dealing; duplicity. Plain dealing, fair, sincere, honorable dealing; honest, outspoken expression of opinion.

Meaning of Double dealing from wikipedia

- Double Dealing may refer to: Double Dealing (1923 film), an American comedy film starring Hoot Gibson Double Dealing (1932 film), a British film starring...
- Touhou Kishinjō ~ Double Dealing Character (東方輝針城 ~ Double Dealing Character, lit. "Eastern Castle of Radiant Needles") is the fourteenth main game of...
- Double Dealing is a 1923 American comedy film directed by Henry Lehrman and featuring Hoot Gibson. Hoot Gibson as Ben Slowbell Helen Ferguson as The Slavey...
- Double Dealing is a 1932 British comedy film directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and starring Richard Cooper, Frank Pettingell and Sydney Fairbrother. It was...
- simplicity and love in contrast with the atmosphere of hypocrisy, jealousy, double-dealing, and feuding in medieval Florence. It provides the only set-piece in...
- Double Dealer", a song by Deep Purple from Stormbringer "Lady Double Dealer", a song by Krokus from Metal Rendez-vous Double dealing (disambiguation)...
- Guasave and Mazatlán. However, the Beltrán Leyva brothers were doing some double-dealing of their own. Arturo and Alfredo had met with top members of Los Zetas...
- series, featuring articles titled "Merchants of Chaos: Journalistic Double-dealing at the St. Petersburg Times" and "The Bigotry Behind the Times' Facade...
- Roux de Marcilly - sometimes spelled Marsilly -, (born in Nîmes around 1623; died in Paris on 22 June 1669) is said to be the head and coordinator of a...
- Disingenuous histrionic Including antisocial features Underhanded, double-dealing, scheming, contriving, plotting, crafty, false-hearted; egocentric,...
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