- Derived from fraud + -ster. (Wiktionary)
“Thanks to our wonderful European Union open borders, any rapist, armed robber, child-trafficker, drug dealer or fraudster from a member state can walk right in.”
“Rather, the entire story of the missing insurance fraudster is seemingly a red herring, an excuse to tell a story about Bellamy and his compulsive work ethic, his off-handed destructiveness toward the people in his life and his seeming cluelessness about himself.”
“After all, any money they might lose to a fraudster is money THEY have to swallow themselves.”
“As for the British memo description of Chalabi as a "fraudster" -- a reference to his 1991 conviction in absentia for bank fraud in Jordan -- Markham said his client vigorously denies the charges and has filed a lawsuit in the United States that will ultimately show "the whole thing was a sham.”
“Menashe, whom he has previously labelled a fraudster, must provide documentary evidence that his firm is not bogus.”
“The fraudster could be a third party, an employee, a competitor or even a supplier.”
“You're not trying to suggest that this James Frey is some kind of fraudster hack writer, are you?”
“The defense has sought to portray him as a "fraudster" who lured down-and-out dupes into a phony scheme by offering them a pile of cash.”
“- With every purchase that a Blippy user makes automatically featured on their accounts, based on the service/credit cards linked to it, this event presents a window of opportunity for the fraudster which is now aware what you've just purchased, from which company and the exact amount of the purchase.”
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Nouns that end in "ster". The -er suffix (as in blaster) doesn't count.
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You're on the grift, same as me.
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