Subterfuge in a sentence as a noun

Life is short; be you, dont hide behind subterfuge.

I wasn't thinking Google is bad or looking for subterfuge by the New York times.

He took on the persona of a mole and use the access he did have to gain the trust of people via subterfuge.

I agree with the sentiment, but the word "spyware" has always suggested subterfuge to me.

It would be a remarkably well executed subterfuge if all those quants were just window-dressing.

Like both, LinkedIn uses subterfuge to coerce a host into propagating it, often against the host's best interests.

It's espionage and subterfuge on a microscopic and high-frequency scale.

Think of all the subterfuge and trickery necessary to download a Flash video even when the website owner wouldn't have minded.

Of course such a man is going to have trouble with those who want to foist their value-systems on him through threats, psychological manipulation, or subterfuge.

Meanwhile, having him extradited for only very minor offenses would be very transparent subterfuge considering the extreme rhetoric that's going around.

Applying subterfuge early in the process makes it possible for a well-meaning entrant to randomly lose by misinterpreting things early on, then being denied feedback that would allow them to make a more informed decision about their behavior.

Thus Taiwan's strategic imperatives of building anti-shelling and counter-subterfuge capabilities.

Subterfuge definitions


something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity; "he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge"; "the holding company was just a blind"

See also: blind