fraudulence


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fraud·u·lent

 (frô′jə-lənt)
adj.
1. Engaging in fraud; deceitful.
2. Characterized by, constituting, or gained by fraud: fraudulent business practices.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin fraudulentus, from fraus, fraud-, deceit.]

fraud′u·lence n.
fraud′u·lent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fraudulence - a fraudulent or duplicitous representation
deception, misrepresentation, deceit - a misleading falsehood
2.fraudulence - the quality of being fraudulentfraudulence - the quality of being fraudulent  
dishonesty - the quality of being dishonest
3.fraudulence - something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
chicanery, wile, shenanigan, trickery, guile, chicane - the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract money from them)
goldbrick - anything that is supposed to be valuable but turns out to be worthless
Translations
احْتيال،خِداع، غِش، تَزْوير
faleš
bedragerisvindel
sviksemi
sahtekârlık

fraudulence

[ˈfrɔːdjʊləns] Nfraudulencia f, fraude m

fraudulence

, fraudulency
nBetrügerei f; (of action)betrügerische Art

fraudulence

[ˈfrɔːdjʊlns] nfraudolenza

fraud

(froːd) noun
1. (an act of) dishonesty. He was sent to prison for fraud.
2. a person who pretends to be something that he isn't. That man is not a famous writer, he's a fraud.
ˈfraudulent (-djulənt) , ((American) -dʒulənt) adjective
dishonest or intending to deceive. fraudulent behaviour.
ˈfraudulently adverb
ˈfraudulence noun
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The ministry said it would intensify inspection campaigns at outlets to make sure that live sheep and other foodstuffs were available and would take all necessary measures to protect consumers, fight trade fraudulence, protect completion and prevent monopoly.
The fraudulence of the case for war was actually obvious even at the time: The ever-shifting arguments for an unchanging goal were a dead giveaway.
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Cuomo stated, that in case of fraudulence, the criminal would be penalised.
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The press office expresses its surprise regarding the content of the press conference of the Minister of Energy and Water Gebran Bassil, especially when he considered the exceptional approval of the reduction of the internal consumption tax on the fuel tank "a managerial fraudulence and legal fraud and heresy".
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It's not so much pricking the pomposity of the church as pricking the pomposity and, you might think, the fraudulence of the insurance situation.