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adjective as in defrauded

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Some crowd marketers use them for link posting, but I think it is a cheat.

Students argue that the testing systems have made them afraid to click too much or rest their eyes for fear they’ll be branded as cheats.

When the audience laughed he added that, “They think freedom would benefit them but they were cheated.”

“Westerners have been cheated when it comes to sex,” he says.

Fans felt cheated by the abrupt end of a marriage seasons in the making (to Lady Mary, played by Michelle Dockery).

Others cheated by taking crib sheets to the blackboard with them, concealing them from Jackson but not from the other students.

When he chooses to cap a climactic chase seen with yet another baffling fall, we feel cheated.

Jacob cheated his brother out of the parental blessing, and lied about God, and lied to his father to accomplish his end.

The crowd dispersed, disappointed; cheated out of their anticipated scene of an arrest for horse-stealing.

My brother was right, Monkey-face has constantly cheated us; it is evident that this deed emanates from him alone.

To their last day Jenkins's clients went about, showed themselves, cheated the devouring egotism of the crowd.

And David told how he had been locked out of his own house, and cheated out of his rest.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cheated, such as: bamboozled, beguiled, bilked, burned, conned, and deceived.

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