deceivable

adjective
de·ceiv·able | \di-ˈsē-və-bəl \

Definition of deceivable 

1 archaic : deceitful, deceptive

2 archaic : capable of being deceived

First Known Use of deceivable

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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