cheated


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
See: aggrieved
References in periodicals archive ?
Being cheated on seems to not only have mental health consequences, but also increases risky behaviours," lead author M.
why do wife cheat on husband my husband cheated married cheat
As can be seen in Table 3, almost half of students cheated when examinations were based on memorization; more than 10% cheated when teachers presented the lesson as more difficult than it actually is; and almost 10% cheated when teachers overlooked cheating during the examination, if lessons were taught by a teacher from a different branch of education, or when it was considered that a teacher could not teach the lesson effectively.
1996) found that cheating had become more normative among students over the years and that they cheated even if they could not justify doing so.
All of them cheated on a test we took shortly thereafter, leaving the teacher with the false impression that they understood what was being taught.
Business majors, however, were the only group that cheated significantly less than undeclared students over all the count data model runs.
They were found not to have cheated, but were in possession of unauthorised material such as a mobile phone which is in breach of the regulations.
More than half the students alleged to have cheated in exams were dealt with informally as they were found not to have cheated, but had unauthorised material such as a mobile phone.
For students with both types of classes, we compared cheating within subjects and found more students had cheated OL classes, 64.
McCain, who is a Columbia University graduate, vows that she has "never cheated on a boyfriend," and has been raised by her parents to never lie, cheat or steal.
That is, if the discovery of cheating on the part of the contestant who finished first results in the next highest ranking contestant winning by default, the incentive to cheat is weaker than if no prize is awarded when the top-ranked contestant is found to have cheated.