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Blandae mendacia linguae

The Latin phrase “blandae mendacia linguae” means “the deceitful charms of the tongue” in English. This phrase is used to describe the act of using smooth, flattering, or deceptive language to manipulate or persuade someone. For instance, if someone promises you great riches and endless happiness to invest in their questionable business venture, they are using the “blandae mendacia linguae” to deceive you.

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