fraudulent definition

  • adjective:
    • doing fraudulence; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or attained by fraud: deceptive business methods.
    • dishonest; according to fraud or deception
    • false; fake
    • Using fraud; challenging; deceitful; dishonest.
    • Characterized by, founded on, or proceeding from, fraud.
    • participating in fraud; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: deceptive business techniques.
    • dishonest; predicated on fraudulence or deception
    • false; fake
    • utilizing fraud; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • described as, launched on, or continuing from, fraud.
    • Obtained or done by artifice.
    • Obtained or carried out by artifice.
    • designed to deceive
    • doing fraud; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraudulence: deceptive business methods.
    • dishonest; considering fraudulence or deception
    • false; phony
    • making use of fraud; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • Characterized by, launched on, or continuing from, fraud.
    • Obtained or done by artifice.
    • intended to deceive
    • participating in fraud; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: fraudulent company techniques.
    • dishonest; centered on fraudulence or deception
    • false; phony
    • making use of fraud; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • Characterized by, launched on, or continuing from, fraud.
    • Engaging in fraud; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: fraudulent business methods.
    • dishonest; according to fraud or deception
    • untrue; phony
    • utilizing fraudulence; challenging; deceitful; dishonest.
    • Characterized by, started on, or proceeding from, fraudulence.
    • Obtained or carried out by artifice.
    • intended to deceive
    • Obtained or carried out by artifice.
    • intended to deceive
    • intended to deceive
    • participating in fraud; deceitful.
    • participating in fraudulence; deceitful.
    • Engaging in fraud; deceitful.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: deceptive company techniques.
    • participating in fraudulence; deceitful.
    • dishonest; according to fraudulence or deception
    • described as, constituting, or attained by fraudulence: deceptive company methods.
    • described as, constituting, or attained by fraud: deceptive business techniques.
    • false; fake
    • dishonest; based on fraudulence or deception
    • Engaging in fraudulence; deceitful.
    • described as, constituting, or gained by fraud: fraudulent business techniques.
    • making use of fraudulence; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • dishonest; based on fraud or deception
    • Characterized by, constituting, or attained by fraudulence: deceptive business methods.
    • untrue; phony
    • dishonest; based on fraudulence or deception
    • dishonest; based on fraud or deception
    • utilizing fraudulence; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • described as, launched on, or proceeding from, fraud.
    • false; fake
    • untrue; phony
    • Using fraudulence; challenging; deceitful; dishonest.
    • untrue; fake
    • utilizing fraudulence; difficult; deceitful; dishonest.
    • Characterized by, started on, or continuing from, fraudulence.
    • Obtained or performed by artifice.
    • Using fraud; challenging; deceitful; dishonest.
    • described as, started on, or continuing from, fraudulence.
    • Characterized by, founded on, or proceeding from, fraud.
    • Obtained or done by artifice.
    • described as, started on, or continuing from, fraud.
    • Obtained or performed by artifice.
    • doing fraudulence; deceitful.
    • Obtained or carried out by artifice.
    • Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: fraudulent business methods.
    • dishonest; predicated on fraud or deception
    • Obtained or performed by artifice.
    • untrue; phony
    • meant to deceive
    • meant to deceive
    • meant to deceive
    • Using fraudulence; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
    • intended to deceive
    • intended to deceive
    • Characterized by, launched on, or continuing from, fraudulence.
    • Obtained or done by artifice.
    • intended to deceive
  • others:
    • regarding or characterized by fraud; continuing from or established on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent deal.
    • Involving or characterized by fraud; proceeding from or founded on fraud; deceitful: as, a fraudulent steal.
    • thinking or using fraudulence; fond of the practice of fraud.
    • Planning or using fraud; given to the training of fraudulence.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (see deceptive); dishonest, creating, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, an such like. (identify deceptive); dishonest, designing, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • regarding or described as fraudulence; proceeding from or established on fraud; deceitful: because, a fraudulent bargain.
    • Involving or described as fraud; continuing from or launched on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent steal.
    • preparing or utilizing fraud; provided to the training of fraud.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (identify deceptive); dishonest, designing, unfair, knavish, guileful.
    • thinking or using fraud; fond of the training of fraud.
    • Involving or characterized by fraudulence; continuing from or founded on fraud; deceitful: as, a fraudulent deal.
    • thinking or making use of fraud; fond of the training of fraud.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (identify deceptive); dishonest, creating, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, an such like. (see deceptive); dishonest, designing, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • regarding or characterized by fraudulence; proceeding from or established on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent steal.
    • regarding or described as fraud; proceeding from or established on fraudulence; deceitful: since, a fraudulent discount.
    • regarding or characterized by fraudulence; continuing from or established on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent bargain.
    • thinking or utilizing fraudulence; provided to the rehearse of fraud.
    • Planning or making use of fraud; given to the training of fraudulence.
    • preparing or making use of fraudulence; directed at the training of fraudulence.
    • Involving or described as fraud; continuing from or created on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent deal.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (see deceptive); dishonest, creating, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, an such like. (identify deceptive); dishonest, designing, unfair, knavish, guileful.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (identify deceptive); dishonest, designing, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • Planning or making use of fraudulence; fond of the rehearse of fraud.
    • regarding or characterized by fraud; proceeding from or created on fraudulence; deceitful: because, a fraudulent discount.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, etc. (see deceptive); dishonest, creating, unjust, knavish, guileful.
    • Planning or utilizing fraudulence; fond of the training of fraudulence.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, an such like. (see deceptive); dishonest, designing, unfair, knavish, guileful.
    • regarding or characterized by fraud; proceeding from or founded on fraud; deceitful: as, a fraudulent discount.
    • Planning or making use of fraud; given to the practice of fraudulence.
    • Synonyms Deceitful, an such like. (see deceptive); dishonest, designing, unjust, knavish, guileful.

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