\djuːplˈɪsɪti], \djuːplˈɪsɪti], \d_j_uː_p_l_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_t_i]\
Definitions of DUPLICITY
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n. [Latin] A state of being double; â€”doubleness of heart, speech, or conduct;â€”the act of concealing oneâ€™s real opinions with a view to mislead; dissimulation;â€”use of ambiguous or deceptive language equivocation;â€”double-dealing; deceit;â€”in law, the advance of two or more allegations or pleas.
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