fraudulent[ fraw-juh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fraudulent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAUDULENT
Why does his lordship wish to find this—this—fraudulent person?
A fraudulent old baronet is running race-horses on the cross.
The agent and principal at a fraudulent sale shall be equally liable.
But who is going to be able to prove that it was fraudulent?
If there be psychic phenomena, there must be fraudulent psychic phenomena.
Nor I; for he could easily be convicted of fraudulent statements.
They themselves, in turn, were the victims of fraudulent and untradesmanlike imitations.
The fraudulent auctioneer was naught in his sight but a breaker of the law.
It is said that a fraudulent representation must be material to have that effect.
It was her fraudulent mortgage on the future and its possibilities.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FRAUDULENT
- faking one out
- not straightforward
- playing games
- playing politics
- put on
- difficult to catch