Cheatable


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Cheat´a`ble


a.1.Capable of being cheated.
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The ingenue was not supposed to be a cheatable cheatee.
Delores, who didn't smoke, brought it to her lips, and leaned forward like Garland, like Garbo, like a cheatable [begin strikethrough]cheatee[end strikethrough] cheater, like a ruined pseudo-academic, with a ruined pseudo-marriage, pseudo-career, pseudo-life.
We already have a primitive, easily cheatable form of identification,'' said Gingrich, who advocated using tamper-proof visas, thumbprints or retinal scans for all foreigners.