from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Privation by fraud; defrauding
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Privation by fraud; defrauding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of defrauding.
It is legalism at its very worst: defraudment via “reasonable” doubt.
Americans had supplied the Filipinos with war-material and arms to gain their independence and not to fight against Spain in the interests of America, and whereas America now insisted on claiming possession of the Archipelago, he protested, in the name of Emilio Aguinaldo, against what he considered a defraudment of his just rights.
Dick Carson, telling the full story of his own and Alan Massey's share in the deliberate defraudment of that young man of his rightful name and estate.
The main objection to the system, I contended, was the defraudment and robbery of the tramp.
If he had been able to take in the presence of his young wife, able to realise that he was looking at her face, touching her for the last time -- it would have been hell; if he had been up to realising sunlight, moonlight, the sound of the world's life outside, the softness of the bed he lay on -- it would have meant the most poignant anguish of defraudment.
I know of nobody with any Tao Lin defraudment stories.
What type of defraudment is that and by the way what type of payment and at the end i dont sign on excuse me.