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Spell check of artifice

Correct spelling: artifice

Synonyms:
dissembling, stratagem, wrinkle, jiggery-pokery, craft, skulduggery, deceptiveness, subterfuge, deception, guilefulness, trickery, trick, skill, gambit, cunning, take-in, sleight, cleverness, double-dealing, ploy, dissimulation, blind, wile, artfulness, machination, plot, duplicity, chicane, wiliness, ingenuity, contrivance, fakery, means, caginess, cunningness, sneakiness, legerdemain, play, honest, dodge, ruse, adroitness, cozenage, chicanery, device, subtlety, juggle, slickness, crookery, crookedness, dishonesty, skillfulness, scheme, deceit, masterfulness, finesse, hanky-panky, canniness, deviousness, shenanigan, maneuver, tactics, artistry, gamesmanship, deceitfulness, jig, Trojan horse, art, fraud, pitfall, imposture, cheat, jugglery, craftiness, feint, ability, foxiness, gimmick, inventiveness, fetch, guile, slyness, deftness, knack, adeptness, invention, subtleness, flimflam, trap, dupery, cheating, game.

Antonyms:
good faith, innocence, inadequacy, candidness, openness, clumsiness, probity, amateurishness, inefficiency, solidity, ingenuousness, incapacity, incorruptibility, maladroitness, frankness, uprightness, ineffectiveness, truthfulness, righteousness, decency, inability, plainness, goodness, trustworthiness, truth, integrity, forthrightness, honesty, inadequateness, directness, sincerity, reliableness, inefficacy, awkwardness, rudeness, artlessness, incompetence, trustability, ineffectualness, ineptitude, ineptness, fairness, virtuousness, candor, plainspokenness, ineffectuality, trustiness, crudeness, dependability, simplicity, incapability, reliability, guilelessness.

Examples of usage:

1) Eloquence and artifice count here more than thought or art. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

2) As to Briggs, his father made no show of artifice about it. - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.

3) I have long hoped to be able to keep Count Rosetti here, and I have used all sorts of artifice to do so ... - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.

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