Definition of deluder in US English:

deluder

noun

  • See delude

    • ‘Twain discovered that pointing out just how ludicrous are the affectations of the fakers - both the deluders and the self-deluded - can often show just how empty are their claims.’
    • ‘The General Court called for every town to establish a grammar school in order to thwart ‘one chief project of that old deluder, Satan, to keep men from knowledge of Scriptures…’’
    • ‘Yet when Tartuffe is scuppered by his all-too-real lust for Elmire, we see the deluder deluded.’
    • ‘I always know because there's a little delay on the line since my deluder is making several calls at once.’