[Answer] While we could never prove it we suspected him of duplicity so we were never able to fully trust him despite his numerous good deeds.What is the most likely definition of “duplicity”?

Answer: dishonesty
While we could never prove it we suspected him of duplicity so we were never able to fully trust him despite his numerous good deeds.What is the most likely definition of “duplicity”?

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