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use "devious" in a sentence

The Asuras have atheistic and devious tendencies that grow over time.

Makyn (Kazimir Sas) - is a crafty and devious person who has manipulates circumstances to his advantage.

greg acts in an irresponsible and devious manner, and usually lies to get out of trouble, which
refers to non-terrestrial environments and highly specific terrestrial environments that deviate from the average or have different certainties (number of significant figures) than the standard atomic weights.

On occasions, enterprising teams may choose to deviate from the typical tactics in order to surprise their opponents.

The Speaker enforces the rules of the House, and may warn and punish Members who deviate from them.

The start of a bus cycle can deviate up to 1 µs (jitter).

While a traditional manga will typically deviate from its anime counterpart, the Macross II manga was a direct adaption of the Macross II anime.

The Dungeon Master may choose to deviate from the published rules or make up new ones as he or she feels necessary.

There are more so-called reliability measures whose reliability interpretations become questionable as soon as they deviate from perfect agreement.

Regiolect speakers very often are not aware that their spoken language, and its use, deviate quite a lot and to a large extent from Standard german.

Soon after the terminal's opening, service on Route 27 in this area was increased, and the route of buses passing through the terminal's area was modified to deviate into the station's parking lot.

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