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Spell check of guile

Correct spelling: guile

Synonyms:
guilefulness, ruse, craftiness, dupery, mischief, deviousness, artifice, slipperiness, ingenuity, sharpness, chicanery, smoke and mirrors, double-dealing, mischief-making, corruption, devilment, cheat, roguishness, crookery, dodge, roguery, canniness, maneuver, deviltry, jiggery-pokery, stratagem, skill, fraud, invention, deceitfulness, subtleness, trickiness, hocus-pocus, craftsmanship, snakiness, slickness, cleverness, mischievousness, ingeniousness, cunningness, shrewdness, deftness, smoothness, caginess, imposture, deception, chicane, foxiness, skulduggery, facility, deceit, craft, slyness, deceptiveness, crookedness, trick, cunning, dishonesty, quickness, trickery, hanky panky, astuteness, sly, rascality, trade, blind, wariness, devilry, dissembling, contrivance, art, dissimulation, mastery, wit, machination, wile, sneakiness, fakery, cozenage, shiftiness, workmanship, finesse, wiliness, shenanigan, honest, device, foul play, skullduggery, cheating, misconduct, duplicity, subterfuge, artfulness, means, subtlety.

Antonyms:
frankness, artlessness, openness, integrity, guilelessness, righteousness, uprightness, solidity, good faith, plainness, decency, forthrightness, ingenuousness, goodness, innocence, truth, plainspokenness, directness, candor, dependability, probity, trustability, virtuousness, candidness, honesty, trustiness, fairness, sincerity, reliableness, trustworthiness, truthfulness, incorruptibility, reliability, simplicity.

Examples of usage:

1) She smiled up at him, honestly pleased, wholly without guile- and wholly blind. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) Of concealment the face was entirely ignorant; no bird of the forest in which she lived could be more frank, innocent of guile, and ignorant of evil. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) I pine for the return of the sweet friend who seeks not by guile to set limit to my appetite. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.

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