Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An escheater.
- n. One who cheats; a cheat.
- n. One who cheats.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who cheats.
- n. rare An escheator.
- n. someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
- cheat + -er (Wiktionary)
“To those that would do so; does the term cheater come to mind?”
“Another good ole boy in SC getting away with something totally unethical, should we be surprised? no they GOP's are always going to be a bunch of unethical bums and this cheater is a great example of it.”
“A cheater is a cheater, regardless of party, and anyone who cannot keep their private picadillos out of the public eye doesn't deserve to be there.”
“A cheater is a liar, Both Clintons are renowned liars.”
“The cheater is an extension added to the glove to block more pucks.”
“Lindsay Lohan & Samantha Ronson Together Against The World (Photos) - Lesbian lovers Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson spent Christmas together and Lindsay release an interesting blog entry in her MySpace blog, where she claimed to love all of her family except her father who she called a cheater and a liar (possibly exposing another half sister).”
“And to account for the hyperbole, perhaps the cheater is overconfident in his spouse’s ability to learn of and punish an affair, whereas in the present, he can more accurately determine that the affair will go unnoticed and end on its own terms. —”
“My friends guns are all very weak and i probably will be called a cheater when i get shot because i wont even feel a thing.”
“So as long as that word cheater continues to be OK with so many students, Internet paper mills will continue to thrive and American brains will continue to get dumber.”
“Compared to the leaders of our current kleptocracy, the notion that Sen. Clinton could be called a cheater, and the charge stick, seems ridiculous.”
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