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However, as The Tinder Swindler shows, it can also happen in face-to-face relationships.

Accusations flew that she was ripping off investors, and Carlson revealed she was a convicted swindler who’d changed her gender.

The Cleveland Browns waited 18 years just to have fate swindle them.

The most ridiculous character in Pay Any Price may be Dennis Montgomery, who is described as an inveterate gambler and swindler.

This kind of combat reached its apotheosis when the guest was an insurance swindler called Emile Savundra.

From the start, we see him as he is: a despot and a swindler, a Dallas blue-blood with FBI ties, fleeing a violent past.

Top Producerby Norb Vonnegut A financial thriller about a Bernie Madoff-like swindler.

I will turn and face you,” the 71-year swindler in a Savile Row-tailored charcoal-gray suit said flatly: “I am sorry.

Does the old swindler think to persuade me that C. F. Garman is in want of cash?

Figgered a swindler wouldn't never suspect nobody of swindlin' him with one of his own tricks.

The man who brought these calamities on his country was not a mere visionary or a mere swindler.

Algernon Deuceace, you don't want a father to tell you that you are a swindler and a spendthrift!

Evidently the swindler had dropped from the roof to the upper landing of the fire escape.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swindler, such as: charlatan, cheater, con artist, counterfeiter, crook, and forger.

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