fraud definition

  • noun:
    • A deception deliberately applied being secure unfair or unlawful gain.
    • some trickery; a trick.
    • one which defrauds; a cheat.
    • A deception deliberately practiced so that you can secure unjust or unlawful gain.
    • person who assumes a false pose; an impostor.
    • Any act of deception performed for the intended purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • some trickery; a trick.
    • The presumption of a false identity to such misleading end.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • somebody who carries out these strategy.
    • Deception intentionally applied with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair benefit; artifice by which the best or interest of some other is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; strategy.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of getting some important thing or promise from another.
    • A trap or snare.
    • An act or span of deception intentionally practised because of the view of getting an incorrect or unjust benefit; deceit; trick; an artifice through which just the right or interest of another is hurt.
    • Specifically, in law, an artifice employed by one individual for the true purpose of deceiving another, into the prejudice of their right; the causing or utilizing the mistake of another the attainment of an illegal object.
    • A position artfully contrived to operate harm or bias; a snare.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; additionally, a fraudulent production; anything meant to deceive.
    • someone who talks piously, it is not pious in your mind; a religious humbug.
    • A deception deliberately applied so that you can secure unjust or unlawful gain.
    • A piece of trickery; a trick.
    • One that defrauds; a cheat.
    • One who assumes a false pose; an impostor.
    • Any work of deception carried out for the purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • The presumption of a false identity to such misleading end.
    • person who assumes a false pose; an impostor.
    • an individual who makes deceitful pretenses
    • A person who performs these technique.
    • intentional deception resulting in injury to someone else
    • anything designed to deceive; deliberate trickery meant to get a benefit
    • Deception intentionally practiced with a view to getting an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice through which the best or interest of another is injured; damaging stratagem; deceit; technique.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the true purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or promise from another.
    • A trap or snare.
    • An act or span of deception deliberately practised aided by the view of gaining a wrong or unjust benefit; deceit; trick; an artifice through which the right or interest of another is injured.
    • Any act of deception done for the intended purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or unlawful gain.
    • especially, in-law, an artifice employed by one individual for the true purpose of deceiving another, into bias of their right; the causing or making use of the mistake of another for attainment of an illegal item.
    • The presumption of a false identification to such misleading end.
    • a situation artfully contrived to focus harm or bias; a snare.
    • A person who does these technique.
    • A deception deliberately applied in order to secure unfair or illegal gain.
    • A deception deliberately practiced so that you can secure unjust or unlawful gain.
    • A deception deliberately practiced to secure unjust or illegal gain.
    • A piece of trickery; a trick.
    • A piece of trickery; a trick.
    • an item of trickery; a trick.
    • One that defrauds; a cheat.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • Deception deliberately practiced with a view to getting an unlawful or unjust benefit; artifice in which the proper or interest of some other is hurt; harmful stratagem; deceit; technique.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • a person who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; in addition, a fraudulent production; anything designed to deceive.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of getting some important thing or promise from another.
    • one that assumes a false pose; an impostor.
    • a person who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • an individual who talks piously, but is not pious in your mind; a religious humbug.
    • Any act of deception done for the purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • Any act of deception performed for the purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • A trap or snare.
    • The presumption of a false identity to such misleading end.
    • The presumption of a false identification to such deceptive end.
    • A deception intentionally applied so that you can secure unfair or unlawful gain.
    • An act or course of deception deliberately practised with the view of gaining a wrong or unfair advantage; deceit; trick; an artifice by which the right or interest of another is injured.
    • A deception deliberately practiced being secure unjust or unlawful gain.
    • A person who executes any such trick.
    • an item of trickery; a trick.
    • Any act of deception carried out for the intended purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • somebody who works any such technique.
    • an individual who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • one which defrauds; a cheat.
    • The assumption of a false identity to such deceptive end.
    • an item of trickery; a trick.
    • Specifically, in-law, an artifice used by anyone for the intended purpose of deceiving another, into prejudice of their right; the causing or utilizing the mistake of another when it comes to attainment of an illegal item.
    • intentional deception causing problems for someone
    • somebody who performs such technique.
    • Deception deliberately practiced with a view to getting an unlawful or unjust benefit; artifice where just the right or interest of another is hurt; damaging stratagem; deceit; technique.
    • A deception intentionally practiced being secure unfair or illegal gain.
    • a person who assumes a false pose; an impostor.
    • a situation artfully contrived to function damage or prejudice; a snare.
    • something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery meant to get a benefit
    • Deception intentionally practiced with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair benefit; artifice wherein the best or interest of some other is hurt; damaging stratagem; deceit; trick.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the intended purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or guarantee from another.
    • some trickery; a trick.
    • Any act of deception done for the intended purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent production; one thing designed to deceive.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of getting some valuable thing or vow from another.
    • Deception deliberately applied with a view to getting an unlawful or unfair benefit; artifice through which suitable or interest of some other is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; trick.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • someone who talks piously, it is perhaps not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • The presumption of a false identification to these types of deceptive end.
    • A trap or snare.
    • person who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of getting some valuable thing or vow from another.
    • an individual who works such strategy.
    • a work or length of deception intentionally practised using view of gaining a wrong or unfair advantage; deceit; technique; an artifice where just the right or interest of another is injured.
    • A trap or snare.
    • Any work of deception done for the true purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or unlawful gain.
    • an individual who makes deceitful pretenses
    • Specifically, in-law, an artifice employed by one person for the true purpose of deceiving another, towards the prejudice of their right; the causing or utilizing the mistake of some other the attainment of an illegal item.
    • The assumption of a false identification to these types of misleading end.
    • An act or course of deception deliberately practised with all the view of gaining a wrong or unfair benefit; deceit; strategy; an artifice through which suitable or interest of some other is injured.
    • deliberate deception causing injury to another person
    • an individual who works these trick.
    • a situation artfully contrived to exert effort damage or prejudice; a snare.
    • Specifically, in law, an artifice used by anyone for the purpose of deceiving another, on prejudice of their right; the causing or making use of the mistake of some other the attainment of an illegal item.
    • Deception intentionally applied with a view to getting an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice where suitable or interest of another is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; trick.
    • A deception deliberately practiced to be able to secure unfair or illegal gain.
    • anything meant to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to get a benefit
    • A position artfully contrived to the office harm or prejudice; a snare.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent production; anything meant to deceive.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of acquiring some valuable thing or promise from another.
    • Deception intentionally practiced with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice in which the right or interest of some other is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; technique.
    • one which defrauds; a cheat.
    • A trap or snare.
    • A trap or snare.
    • An act or span of deception intentionally practised aided by the view of gaining an incorrect or unjust advantage; deceit; technique; an artifice by which the proper or interest of some other is hurt.
    • one that assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; additionally, a fraudulent manufacturing; something meant to deceive.
    • A person who talks piously, but is perhaps not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • a bit of trickery; a trick.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some important thing or vow from another.
    • somebody who talks piously, but is maybe not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • A trap or snare.
    • Any act of deception completed for the purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • especially, in-law, an artifice utilized by someone for the intended purpose of deceiving another, toward prejudice of their right; the causing or making use of the error of some other when it comes to attainment of an illegal item.
    • An act or length of deception deliberately practised because of the view of getting an incorrect or unfair benefit; deceit; strategy; an artifice through which the best or interest of some other is injured.
    • an individual who makes deceitful pretenses
    • The presumption of a false identification to such deceptive end.
    • A position artfully contrived to get results harm or prejudice; a snare.
    • An act or course of deception deliberately practised utilizing the view of getting an incorrect or unjust benefit; deceit; technique; an artifice where the proper or interest of some other is hurt.
    • One who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • Specifically, in-law, an artifice employed by anyone for the true purpose of deceiving another, on bias of his right; the causing or utilizing the mistake of some other for the attainment of an illegal object.
    • somebody who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • intentional deception leading to injury to another person
    • Any act of deception completed for the true purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or unlawful gain.
    • a posture artfully contrived to exert effort damage or bias; a snare.
    • someone who works such strategy.
    • especially, in law, an artifice utilized by one person for the true purpose of deceiving another, into prejudice of their right; the causing or making use of the mistake of some other when it comes to attainment of an illegal item.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; in addition, a fraudulent production; one thing intended to deceive.
    • something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
    • intentional deception causing injury to another individual
    • a situation artfully contrived to exert effort damage or bias; a snare.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent manufacturing; some thing meant to deceive.
    • The assumption of a false identification to such misleading end.
    • A deception intentionally applied to secure unjust or illegal gain.
    • A piece of trickery; a trick.
    • an individual who works such trick.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; in addition, a fraudulent production; one thing designed to deceive.
    • Deception deliberately practiced with a view to gaining an unlawful or unjust benefit; artifice in which the best or interest of some other is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; strategy.
    • something meant to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to get a bonus
    • A person who speaks piously, but is perhaps not pious in your mind; a religious humbug.
    • One that defrauds; a cheat.
    • A person who talks piously, it is perhaps not pious in mind; a religious humbug.
    • A person who talks piously, but is not pious in mind; a religious humbug.
    • person who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • Deception deliberately applied with a view to gaining an unlawful or unjust advantage; artifice by which the best or interest of another is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; strategy.
    • someone who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some important thing or promise from another.
    • someone who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • Any act of deception done for the intended purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • deliberate deception causing problems for another individual
    • an individual who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • A deception intentionally practiced so that you can secure unfair or unlawful gain.
    • intentional deception leading to problems for someone else
    • A trap or snare.
    • The presumption of a false identity to these types of deceptive end.
    • A deception intentionally practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the true purpose of getting some valuable thing or guarantee from another.
    • some trickery; a trick.
    • deliberate deception causing injury to another individual
    • anything designed to deceive; deliberate trickery designed to gain a bonus
    • a bit of trickery; a trick.
    • A trap or snare.
    • an individual who does these strategy.
    • An act or length of deception deliberately practised aided by the view of gaining a wrong or unfair benefit; deceit; trick; an artifice through which the proper or interest of another is injured.
    • some thing designed to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to get an edge
    • one thing designed to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to get an advantage
    • An act or course of deception intentionally practised with the view of getting a wrong or unjust advantage; deceit; trick; an artifice where the right or interest of some other is injured.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • especially, in law, an artifice employed by one person for the intended purpose of deceiving another, to your prejudice of their right; the causing or utilizing the error of some other when it comes to attainment of an illegal object.
    • Deception intentionally applied with a view to gaining an unlawful or unjust benefit; artifice wherein the proper or interest of some other is injured; harmful stratagem; deceit; technique.
    • especially, in-law, an artifice utilized by one person for the purpose of deceiving another, towards the prejudice of his right; the causing or making use of the mistake of another for the attainment of an illegal object.
    • One who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • a situation artfully contrived to the office harm or bias; a snare.
    • Any act of deception completed for the true purpose of unjust, undeserved and/or illegal gain.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the true purpose of acquiring some valuable thing or promise from another.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; additionally, a fraudulent production; some thing designed to deceive.
    • a situation artfully contrived to operate harm or prejudice; a snare.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent production; some thing meant to deceive.
    • The presumption of a false identification to such deceptive end.
    • A trap or snare.
    • someone who talks piously, it is maybe not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • An act or course of deception deliberately practised using view of gaining a wrong or unfair benefit; deceit; strategy; an artifice through which the best or interest of another is hurt.
    • someone who works these strategy.
    • the one that defrauds; a cheat.
    • somebody who speaks piously, but is maybe not pious in your mind; a religious humbug.
    • Specifically, in law, an artifice used by anyone for the true purpose of deceiving another, to your prejudice of his right; the causing or utilizing the error of another for attainment of an illegal item.
    • person who assumes a false present; an impostor.
    • someone who makes deceitful pretenses
    • Any work of deception carried out for the purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or unlawful gain.
    • a situation artfully contrived to exert effort damage or prejudice; a snare.
    • Deception deliberately applied with a view to gaining an unlawful or unjust advantage; artifice where the right or interest of another is hurt; damaging stratagem; deceit; strategy.
    • intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
    • The presumption of a false identification to these types of misleading end.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent manufacturing; some thing designed to deceive.
    • some thing intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain a plus
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or promise from another.
    • somebody who does any such technique.
    • A person who speaks piously, but is perhaps not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • A trap or snare.
    • An act or span of deception intentionally practised using the view of gaining an incorrect or unjust advantage; deceit; strategy; an artifice wherein just the right or interest of another is hurt.
    • someone who makes deceitful pretenses
    • Deception intentionally applied with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice through which suitable or interest of some other is hurt; damaging stratagem; deceit; strategy.
    • especially, in law, an artifice utilized by one person for the intended purpose of deceiving another, into the bias of his right; the causing or utilizing the mistake of some other for the attainment of an illegal item.
    • An intentional perversion of truth for the intended purpose of acquiring some important thing or vow from another.
    • someone who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • deliberate deception resulting in injury to another person
    • deliberate deception leading to problems for someone else
    • A trap or snare.
    • anything designed to deceive; deliberate trickery designed to gain a benefit
    • a situation artfully contrived to your workplace damage or prejudice; a snare.
    • An act or length of deception intentionally practised using view of getting a wrong or unfair advantage; deceit; strategy; an artifice through which just the right or interest of some other is hurt.
    • some thing designed to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an edge
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent production; anything intended to deceive.
    • particularly, in law, an artifice employed by anyone for the purpose of deceiving another, toward bias of his right; the causing or utilizing the error of some other for attainment of an illegal object.
    • A person who speaks piously, it is maybe not pious in mind; a religious humbug.
    • A position artfully contrived working damage or bias; a snare.
    • A deceiver; a cheat; a pretender; also, a fraudulent manufacturing; one thing designed to deceive.
    • a person who tends to make deceitful pretenses
    • an individual who talks piously, but is maybe not pious at heart; a religious humbug.
    • deliberate deception causing problems for another person
    • something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery designed to gain a benefit
    • somebody who makes deceitful pretenses
    • intentional deception causing injury to another person
    • anything designed to deceive; deliberate trickery designed to gain an edge
  • verb:
    • To defraud
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  • others:
    • To cheat; defraud.
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