trickery, duplicity, cheating, sharp practice; see deception 1.
An act of deception or trickery
swindle, hoax, scam*; see trick 1.
pretender, sham, charlatan, quack; see cheat 1, impostor. See syn. study at deception.
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An act of cheating:
One who fakes:
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