- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of defraud.
“Bulgarian travel agency 'defrauds' customers, owner allegedly flees country”
“Gianni Schicchi, a peasant, connives at making a fraudulent will for an aristocratic family, and defrauds them in turn.”
“Social" promotion defrauds students, and these victims of educational malpractice are entitled to reparations in the form of highly expert remediation, but doing the right thing in this is too expensive in the short term.”
“Much to the contrary, once we look honestly at the horribly fractured psyche in that individual or someone who rapes or someone who abuses children or someone who blows up a building full of innocent people or someone who defrauds others of their life savings, we realize the very real danger such people represent in society and the very real need to contain them—sometimes forever.”
“ANY company that cheats or defrauds the veterans should be dismantled on the spot.”
“In the images one is OK but then the finished one defrauds much.”
“Mr. Vance, now in his second year in office, said that under his legislative plan a broker who defrauds a customer of $2,000 could be sentenced to up to 1 1/3 to four years in prison, while a large-scale fraud could bring an 8 1/3- to 25-year sentence, and a mandatory minimum term of one to three years.”
“In both cases the scheme defrauds those unaware of the fix.”
“He defrauds Indian tribes of millions, while pocketing amazing amounts of money for himself and his partner, Scanlon played extremely well by Barry Pepper.”
“A typical scheme inflates the estimates of damage on a house, then confuses and defrauds older residents as shoddy repairs make matters worse.”
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