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To deceive or swindle
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  1. To deceive or swindle
  2. To cheat or deceive or to practice trickery or deception.
To practice fraud as a means of obtaining money or property.
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  1. To practice fraud as a means of obtaining money or property.
  2. To engage in swindling others
  3. To get money or property from (another) under false pretenses; cheat; defraud
To mislead; fool:
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  1. To mislead; fool:
  2. To deprive of or destroy the effect of through error or ignorance
  3. (Informal) To be sexually unfaithful:
(Obsolete) A hoax or swindle.
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  1. (Obsolete) A hoax or swindle.
  2. One who cheats.
  3. A person who cheats; swindler
One who cheats; a swindler.
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  1. One who cheats; a swindler.
  2. A person who defrauds, deceives, or tricks others; swindler
  3. A code entered into a video game by a player, which allows advancement, as to a higher level, more easily
One who cheats.
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  1. One who cheats.
  2. An improvised breaker bar made from a length of pipe and a wrench (spanner), usually used to free screws, bolts, etc. that are difficult to remove with a ratchet or wrench alone.
One that deals dishonestly with others, especially a cheating gambler.
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  1. One that deals dishonestly with others, especially a cheating gambler.
  2. (Dated) a swindler; a cheat; a professional gambler who makes his living by cheating.
  3. A person, esp. a gambler, who is dishonest in dealing with others; cheat; swindler
A person who swindles; cheat
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  1. A person who swindles; cheat
One that swindles or plays tricks.
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  1. One that swindles or plays tricks.
  2. A mischievous or roguish figure in myth or folklore, often an animal, who typically makes up for physical weakness with cunning and subversive humor.
  3. A person who tricks; cheat
(Informal, Ireland, 20th-century inner-city Dublin slang) A child.
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  1. (Informal, Ireland, 20th-century inner-city Dublin slang) A child.
  2. One who uses a chisel for carving.
  3. (Informal) A cheat; a swindler; a con artist.
(Informal) A person who steals or cheats; swindler or thief
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  1. (Informal) A person who steals or cheats; swindler or thief
  2. (Informal) One who makes a living by dishonest methods.
  3. A part that is curved or bent like a hook.
A person who diddles; a cheat.
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A fraud or swindle.
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  1. A fraud or swindle.
  2. An act of cheating; swindle; fraud
  3. One who defrauds; a swindler.
To defraud, cheat, or swindle:
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  1. To defraud, cheat, or swindle:
  2. To do someone out of their due; to deceive or defraud, to cheat (someone).
  3. To get away without paying (a debt, etc.)
To deprive of or destroy the effect of through error or ignorance
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  1. To deprive of or destroy the effect of through error or ignorance
  2. To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
  3. (Sports) To position oneself closer to a certain area than is normal or expected:
To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
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  1. To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
  2. To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.
  3. (Archaic) To cheat; to defraud; to beguile; to deceive, usually by small arts, or in a pitiful way.
To take something from by fraud; swindle:
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  1. To take something from by fraud; swindle:
To cheat or trick; dupe
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  1. To cheat or trick; dupe
To punish by a fine or by depriving of something
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  1. To punish by a fine or by depriving of something
  2. To extract (money, etc.) from (someone), as by fraud or deceit
  3. To take something from (another) by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
To engage in swindling others
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  1. To engage in swindling others
  2. To practice fraud as a means of obtaining money or property.
  3. To get money or property from (another) under false pretenses; cheat; defraud
To make someone a victim or sacrifice.
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  1. To make someone a victim or sacrifice.
  2. To subject to cruel or harmful treatment
  3. To injure or kill.
To get (something) in this way
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  1. To get (something) in this way
  2. To intrude oneself without welcome:
  3. (Informal) To take advantage of by cheating, sponging, etc.
(Informal) To trick, swindle, or cheat
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  1. (Informal) To trick, swindle, or cheat
To start growing; root or germinate:
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  1. To start growing; root or germinate:
  2. To carry in one's possession:
  3. To convey by transportation:
(Nautical) To adjust (the sails and yards) so that they receive the wind properly.
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  1. (Nautical) To adjust (the sails and yards) so that they receive the wind properly.
  2. To defeat soundly:
  3. To change one's opinions or viewpoint so as to satisfy opposing factions, etc.; compromise
(Slang) To play experimentally; toy:
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  1. (Slang) To play experimentally; toy:
  2. (Informal) To move back and forth in a jerky or rapid manner; jiggle
  3. (Slang) To waste time:
To take place; happen:
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  1. To take place; happen:
  2. To take place; go on
  3. (Slang) To take (drugs) illegally:
(Informal) To swindle; cheat
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  1. (Informal) To swindle; cheat
  2. To deprive (another) of something by fraud; cheat or swindle.
To become fixed, blocked, lodged, etc. as by an obstacle
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  1. To become fixed, blocked, lodged, etc. as by an obstacle
  2. To become or remain attached or in close association; cling:
  3. To become stopped or delayed; come to a standstill
To have, use, or wound with a sharp-pointed structure or organ:
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  1. To have, use, or wound with a sharp-pointed structure or organ:
  2. To cause a sharp, smarting pain:
  3. To cause or feel sharp, smarting pain, either physical or mental
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