WikiDictionary.org






Wiki Dictionary Search





Fraud (IPA: /ˈfɹɔd/)


Fraud (n.)

Deception deliberately practiced with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice by which the right or interest of another is injured; injurious stratagem; deceit; trick.

Fraud (n.)

An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or promise from another.

Fraud (n.)

A trap or snare.

Fraud

Intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual

Fraud

Type of Crime in Italian law

Fraud

2016 film by Dean Fleischer-Camp

Fraud

Scientific article published on 01 September 1999

Fraud

Family name

Fraud Synonyms

Humbug, Hoax, Fraudulence, Put-on, Dupery

Fraud Synonyms

Pseud, Faker, Impostor, Imposter, Fake, Shammer, Role Playe, Pretender, Pseudo, Sham

Spanish Translation

Fraud in Spanish is Fraude

Tagalog Translation

Fraud in Tagalog is Limbong

Example Sentence (Quote)

"A man shall not avail himself of an iniquity or blunder of his own. Allegans turpitudinem suam shall not be heard." - Fraud

Example Sentence (Quote)

"An action cannot be supported for telling a bare naked lie: but that I define to be, saying a thing that is false, knowing or not knowing it to be so, and without any design to injure, cheat, or deceive another person. Every deceit comprehends a he; but a deceit is more than a lie, on account of the view with which it is practised, its being coupled with some dealing, and the injury which it is calculated to occasion, and does occasion, to another person." - Fraud

Example Sentence (Quote)

"As no Court has ever attempted to define fraud, so no Court has ever attempted to define undue influence, which includes one of its many varieties." - Fraud

Example Sentence (Quote)

"As to relief against fraud, no invariable rules can be established, Fraud is infinite; and were a Court of equity once to lay down rules, how far they would go, and no farther, in extending their relief against it, or to define strictly the species or evidence of it, the jurisdiction would be cramped and perpetually eluded by new schemes, which the fertility of man's invention would contrive." - Fraud

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Collusion between two persons, to the prejudice and loss of a third, is, in the eye of the Court, the same as a fraud." - Fraud


WikiThesaurus.org

Click for Synonyms of fraud on WikiThesaurus


NameReports.com

Check domain name registration of fraud.com on NameReports