defrauded


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Related to defrauded: fraudulently, finagler
See: aggrieved
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In any other place the defrauded boys would have set up a howl; as it was, they growled and protested till Dr.
Bereft of his cake, defrauded of his frolic, and borne away by a strong hand to that detested bed, poor Demi could not restrain his wrath, but openly defied Papa, and kicked and screamed lustily all the way upstairs.
This girl," he continued, looking at me, "knew no more than you, Wood, of the disgusting secret: she thought all was fair and legal and never dreamt she was going to be entrapped into a feigned union with a defrauded wretch, already bound to a bad, mad, and embruted partner
He has defrauded justice, and opposed his king and lawful master, for he opposed his just commands; he has, I say, robbed the galleys of their feet, stirred up the Holy Brotherhood which for many years past has been quiet, and, lastly, has done a deed by which his soul may be lost without any gain to his body.
ISLAMABAD -- Countless innocent citizens of Islamabad have been defrauded of crore of rupees by fraudulent gangs, elements operating in the City.
Det Insp Andy Howard, of West Yorkshire Police's Economic Crime Unit, said: "Exley and her co-accused carried out an organised crime during which they defrauded both the Royal Bank of Scotland Insurance and the Royal Sun Alliance by falsifying pet insurance claims.