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bandit one who takes unfair advantage of others, esp. in business dealings; swindler; cheat. [1/3 definitions]
beguile to deceive or cheat by using guile. [1/3 definitions]
chess2 any of a variety of weedy grasses, esp. cheat.
chisel to cheat or swindle. [1/4 definitions]
con3 (informal) to cheat by trickery; swindle. [1/3 definitions]
defraud to deprive of something by wrongful and usu. unlawful deception; cheat; swindle.
diddle1 (informal) to cheat or swindle. [1/2 definitions]
dishonest inclined to lie, steal, or cheat; not honest or trustworthy. [1/2 definitions]
dishonesty the inclination to lie, steal, or cheat; lack of honesty. [1/2 definitions]
double-cross (informal) to betray or cheat by acting contrary to a previous agreement.
euchre to outwit or deceive; cheat (usu. fol. by out). [1/3 definitions]
finagle to cheat, trick, or persuade by deception. [1/3 definitions]
fleece to cheat (someone) of money or property by fraud; swindle. [1/7 definitions]
fraud one who uses deceit or trickery to gain advantage; cheat; impostor. [1/3 definitions]
gimmick a secret device used by magicians to do a trick or by operators of gambling games to cheat, as by controlling a roulette wheel. [1/3 definitions]
gull2 to trick; cheat. [1/2 definitions]
gyp (informal) to cheat, swindle, or defraud. [1/3 definitions]
rip off to exploit or cheat. [1/2 definitions]
rogue to cheat or defraud. [1/6 definitions]
rook1 to cheat, swindle, or overcharge. [1/2 definitions]
screw (slang) to take advantage of or cheat. [1/17 definitions]