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  • noun Plural form of cheater.
  • noun informal, plurale tantum Non-prescription spectacles that magnify, for use by hyperopes.

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Examples

  • The difference between the Democrat cheaters and the Republican cheaters is very simple .... the Democrats do not preach and do not judge others.

    E-mails between SC governor, mistress published

  • And while the punitive urge may seem like a lowly and unsavory impulse, scientists point out that the effort to penalize cheaters is very often a selfless act.

    Boing Boing: January 27, 2002 - February 2, 2002 Archives

  • Now and again he called the cheaters by hard name, but he always paid them their money.

    Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon

  • September 29th, 2007 at 8: 49 am and omg u cheaters: b, i bet u cheat on the exams, i know i would hehehe havent to study only half of SAT would be so awsome, u have so many more advantage on us so called “normal people” which is completely not true, we have more flaws then you two will. both of you have eachother to correct one another and thts wat makes u more closer to perfection then us “normal people” ever will. and again cheaters: b

    Peers Into The Lives Of Two Headed Twins

  • Remember the good old days when the cheaters were the players?

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  • Remember the good old days when the cheaters were the players?

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  • David Callahan: For the most part there's typically very little punishment for cheaters, which is one reason why there's so much cheating.

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  • Remember the good old days when the cheaters were the players?

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  • Remember the good old days when the cheaters were the players?

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  • Remember the good old days when the cheaters were the players?

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  • I turned and saw Mrs. Loring on a couch beside a prissy- looking man in rimless cheaters with a smear on his chin that might have been a goatee.

    Raymond Chandler, 1953, The Long Goodbye, chapter 23

    September 5, 2009