- n. Plural form of fraud.
“I am afraid all the captains of industry are what you call frauds, Mrs Hushabye.”
“The idea that local authorities can deal with stock frauds is a lot hooey.”
“Apparently the only way to catch such frauds is monitor the inventories against the sales.”
“They are frauds from the word go and I look forward to their downfall.”
“As a service to you, dear faithful web-page readers, we will differentiate the frauds from the fabs.”
“I have tried once or twice but I can’t do it so the lie detctor kit they are using to spot benefits frauds is superfluous pour moi.”
“Are there “moral” vs “immoral” frauds, that is morally permissable as opposed to morally impermissible frauds?”
“It was one of the fastest - growing frauds in this country, white-collar frauds, that is.”
“And they were all called frauds, quacks, hucksters, fad diet promoters, and worse.”
“And whilst I meditate on past days, -- recalling the frauds, crimes, factions, and enormities committed by your enemies, -- my soul is made anxious, and my heart is disquieted within me, and my life has well-nigh failed from grief, knowing that to-morrow base deeds may be done as well as yesterday.”
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