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Another word for cozen

  1. To cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

      1. A five-card poker hand containing four cards in the same suit.
      1. To be in possession of:
      2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
      3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
      1. To deceive or dupe; hoodwink.
      2. To confuse; bewilder.
      1. An act or procedure intended to achieve an end by deceptive or fraudulent means.
      2. A mischievous action; a prank:
      3. A stupid, disgraceful, or childish act:
      1. The act or an instance of swindling or cheating; a deception.
      1. To lead in the wrong direction.
      2. To give a wrong impression or lead toward a wrong conclusion, especially by intentionally deceiving.
      1. Something intended to deceive; a hoax or fraud.
      2. A person who claims to be other than what he or she is; an impostor.
      3. Nonsense; rubbish.
      1. To deceive or swindle by deception.
      2. To blindfold.
      3. To conceal.
      1. One who is deficient in judgment, sense, or understanding.
      2. One who acts unwisely on a given occasion:
      3. One who has been tricked or made to appear ridiculous; a dupe:
      1. A person who is easily deceived or is used to carry out the designs of another.
      2. To deceive (an unwary person).
      1. To betray by acting in contradiction to a prior agreement.
      2. An act of betraying an ally, friend, or associate.
      3. A cross in which each parent is the product of a single cross. It can be represented as AB x CD, where A, B, C, and D are inbred lines.
      1. To cause to hold a false belief; deceive thoroughly:
      2. To elude or evade.
      3. To frustrate the hopes or plans of.
      1. To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.
      2. To catch by guile; ensnare.
      3. To practice deceit.
      1. To engage in a false display of confidence or aggression in order to deceive or intimidate someone:
      2. To make a display of aggression, as by charging or baring the teeth, as a means of intimidating another animal.
      3. To try to mislead opponents in a card game by heavy betting on a poor hand or by little or no betting on a good one.
      1. To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against:
      2. To inform upon or deliver into the hands of an enemy in violation of a trust or allegiance:
      3. To be false or disloyal to:
      1. To deceive by guile or charm:
      2. To deprive (someone) of something by guile or deceit; cheat:
      3. To distract the attention of; divert:
  2. To get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

      1. To pierce or wound painfully with a sharp-pointed structure or organ, as that of certain insects.
      2. To cause to feel a sharp, smarting pain:
      3. To cause to suffer keenly in the mind or feelings:
      1. A branch or stem that has fallen or been cut from a tree or shrub.
      2. A piece of wood, such as a tree branch, that is used for fuel, cut for lumber, or shaped for a specific purpose.
      3. A wand, staff, baton, or rod.
      1. To deprive (another) of something by fraud; cheat or swindle.
      2. A fraud or swindle.
      3. One who defrauds; a swindler.
      1. To perform or execute; carry out:
      2. To fulfill the requirements of:
      3. To perform the tasks or behaviors typically associated with (something), especially as part of one's character or normal duties:
      1. To make neat or tidy by clipping, smoothing, or pruning:
      2. To remove the excess or unwanted parts from:
      3. To remove (excess or unwanted parts):
      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. Nonsense; humbug.
      2. A deception; a swindle.
      3. To swindle; cheat.
      1. A metal tool with a sharp beveled edge, used to cut and shape stone, wood, or metal.
      2. To shape or cut with a chisel.
      3. To cheat or swindle.
      1. To injure or kill.
      2. To cheat or defraud.
      1. To cheat or defraud of money or property.
      2. To obtain by fraudulent means:
      3. To practice fraud as a means of obtaining money or property.
      1. A Eurasian corvid (Corvus frugilegus) having black plumage with a patch of bare skin around the base of the bill, and nesting in colonies near the tops of trees.
      2. A swindler or cheat, especially at games.
      3. To swindle; cheat:
      1. A penalty such as a fine.
      2. To penalize by fining or demanding forfeiture.
      3. To take (something) from another person by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
      1. Any of various chiefly coastal seabirds of the family Laridae, having long wings, webbed feet, a thick, slightly hooked beak, and usually gray and white plumage.
      1. To take something from by fraud; swindle:
      1. To deceive by trickery; swindle:
      2. To deprive by trickery; defraud:
      3. To mislead; fool:
      1. To defraud, cheat, or swindle:
      2. To evade payment of:
      3. To thwart or frustrate:
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