Synonyms and related words:
ballot-box stuffing, bunco, cardsharping, cheat, cheating, corruptedness, corruption, corruptness, cozenage, criminality, crookedness, deviousness, diddle, diddling, dishonesty, dishonor, dodge, evasiveness, feloniousness, fishy transaction, flam, flimflam, fraud, fraudulency, gerrymandering, graft, grift, gyp, gyp joint, illicit business, imposition, imposture, improbity, indirection, racket, scam, shadiness, shiftiness, slipperiness, swindle, trickiness, unconscientiousness, underhandedness, unsavoriness, unscrupulousness, unstraightforwardness

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • fraudulence — UK US /ˈfrɔːdjʊləns/ US  /ˈfrɔːdʒələns/ noun [U] ► the act of deceiving someone, for example, to get money: »Identity theft wasn t even recognized as a form of fraudulence until recently. → See also FRAUD(Cf. ↑fraud) …   Financial and business terms

  • Fraudulence — Fraud u*lence (?; 135), Fraudulency Fraud u*len*cy, n. [L. fraudulentia.] The quality of being fraudulent; deliberate deceit; trickishness. Hooker. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fraudulence — index artifice, bad repute, collusion, corruption, criminality, deceit, deception, dishonesty, false pretens …   Law dictionary

  • fraudulence — fraudulent ► ADJECTIVE 1) done by or involving fraud. 2) deceitful or dishonest. DERIVATIVES fraudulence noun fraudulently adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • fraudulence — noun Date: 1601 the quality or state of being fraudulent …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fraudulence — See fraudulent. * * * …   Universalium

  • fraudulence — noun The condition of being fraudulent …   Wiktionary

  • fraudulence — fraud·u·lence || frɔːdjÊŠlÉ™ns / dÊ’É™ n. cheating, deceitfulness, deception; intentional deception …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fraudulence — fraud·u·lence …   English syllables

  • fraudulence — noun 1. the quality of being fraudulent • Syn: ↑deceit • Derivationally related forms: ↑fraudulent • Hypernyms: ↑dishonesty 2. something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage …   Useful english dictionary

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