Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He had been vanquished, cheated, scorned, shamefully flouted.

He does not look upon it as a sin, as carrying any dishonor; he may be cheated, but he cheats no man.

He did not intend to be cheated out of his fun by any orders that "Straw-nose" should give him.

Perhaps, as you say, he has been guilty of something worse, and has cheated his partners.

Most of the boys felt as if in some way Paul had cheated them.

They'll use that damned Amending Act to cheat us as they've cheated us before.

She now did her marketing herself, so that she might be cheated as little as possible, she said.

Our patriotism is humiliated, but we cannot afford to be cheated.

But what is tearin' him to pieces is the idea that he has, as he calls it, cheated ME.

"Cheat or be cheated" was the rule of life, as the modern philosopher had said.