cheatery

cheatery

(ˈtʃiːtərɪ)
n
censorious the act of cheating or deceiving
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As to Marie, she has spirit enough, to be sure, to kill off a whole plantation, if I'd let her manage; but she wouldn't get the cheatery out of them.
And at the centre of its grouse is that the PML (N) with a wholesale cheatery stole the election especially in Punjab to the PTI's great detriment.
Consequently, if the public exchequer was previously groaning under the burden of multi-million rupees being posted to it nonchalantly on account of a shame-faced misuse of staff cars, it is now screaming with painful back-breaking additional load of many more multi-million rupees being inflicted on it fraudulently every month by bureaucrats with this abominable open cheatery of theirs.