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Synonyms for Fraud:deceiver (noun)
affectation, air, artificiality, bluff, charade, claim, counterfeit, cover, deceit, device, disguise, facade, fakery, falseness, front, gimmick, guise, imitation, impersonation, imposture, mannerism, masquerade, ostentation, pose, pretense, pretension, show, stage.Other synonyms and related words:
Capper, Fraud deterrence, Fraud for profit, Hanky Panky, Humbuggery, Judas, Pecksniff, Pinching, Quacksalver, Tartuffe, above, abstraction, acting, actor, adj, affecter, agriterrorism, annexation, antic, apparition, appearance, apple polisher, appropriation, art, artful, artfulness, artifice, artificial, attitudinizer, attitudinizing, austerity, bad faith, ballot-box stuffing, baloney, bamboozle, bamboozlement, barracuda, beguile, bend, betray, betrayal, big shot, big wheel, big-time operator, bigamy, bigotry, bilgewater, bilk, bilker, bioterrorism, blackmail, blague, blagueur, blind, blue laws, bluffer, bluffing, bogus, boloney, boosting, bosh, bribery, brown-nose, bunco-artist, bunko steerer, burlesque, cant, canter, caper, cardsharping, carpetbagger, cheater, cheating, chicane, chicanery, circumvent, clinquant, color, coloring, colouring, con, con woman, conceal, concealment, confidence game, confidence man, confidence trick, confidence trickster, confidence woman, conman, conspiracy, contempt, contrivance, conversion, conveyance, copy, corrupt, corruption, counterfeiting, cozen, cozenage, craft, craftiness, crafty, credibility gap, criminal deception, crook, crooked, crookedness, crookery, cunning, cunningness, curve, cyberfraud, deceitful, deceitfulness, deceive, deceptive, deceptiveness, defalcation, defalcator, defamation, defraud, defrauding, deliberate deception, delude, delusion, designate, deviation from recimprobity, deviation from rectitude, diddle, diddling, dirt, disgrace, dishonest, dishonesty, dishonor, dishonorable, disingenuousness, disrepute, dissemblance, dissembler, dissembling, dissimulation, dissimulator, distortion, dodge, double dealing, drool, dummy, dupery, duping, duplicity, e-fraud, embezzlement, equivocation, evasion, evasiveness, exaggeration, exhausted, exhibitionist, extortion, fable, face, factitious, faithlessness, fakement, faker, faking, fakir, false, false air, false coloring, false front, false show, false witness, falseheartedness, falsehood, falsity, fancy, fantasy, feigning, feint, fencing, fictional, fictitious, fiddle, fiddler, fiddling, fidelis ad urnam, filching, finagler, finesse, fishy transaction, fixer, flam, flimflam, flimflam artist, flimflam man, flimflammer, formalism, formalist, forswearing, foul play, four flusher, four-flusher, four-flushing, fourflusher, foxiness, frame up, frame-up, fraudulence, fraudulency, fraudulent, funny business, game, gammon, gay deceiver, gerrymandering, gilt, gloss, gouge, graft, grift, grifter, grotesque, guile, guilefulness, gyp, gyp joint, hackneyed, half truth, hallucination, histrion, hoaxer, hocus pocus, hocus-pocus, hollow man, hollow mockery, honest, hoodwink, hoodwinking, horse coper, hustle, hypocrisy, hypocrite, illicit business, illusion, imaginings, imitative, impersonator, imply, imposition, impostor, improbity, indirection, infidelity, influence-peddling, insincerity, instruct, interesting, intrigue, intriguing, inveigler, invention, irony, jiggery-pokery, joke, juggle with, juggler, jugglery, juke, junk, knave, knavery, la-di-da, lampoon, larceny, liar, liberation, lie, lifting, lip devotion, lip reverence, lip service, loyaute m'oblige, loyaute n'a honte, lurk, lying, machination, machinator, make-believe, mala fides, malingerer, malpractice, man of straw, maneuver, manipulator, mannerist, manoeuvre, manoeuvrer, masquerader, means, mendacity, mental reservation, meretriciousness, mirage, misdevotion, mislead, misrepresentation, mock, mockery, monkey business, mountebank, mystification, myth, navigate, obstinacy, odium theologicum, operator, outward show, paper tiger, parody, pasquinade, paste, peculation, perfidy, performer, perjurer, perjury, perversion, perversion of truth, pettifoggery, pettifogging, petty larceny, petty rapine, phantasm, phantasmagoria, pharisaism, pharisee, phoney, phoney orphony, phoniness, pietism, pietist, pilferage, pilfering, pinchbeck, piracy, plagiarism, playacting, playactor, player, poaching, politician, poser, poseur, posing, postiche, posture, posturer, practise on, prank, precisianism, prejudice, pretence, pretend, pretender, pretext, prevarication, pseud, pseudo, put on, put-up job, quack, quackster, racket, ramp, rascal, representation, ringer, rip off, ripoff, rogue, roguery, role player, ruse, sabbatarianism, sabbatism, sacerdotalism, saltimbanco, sanctimoniousness, sanctimony, scam, scamp, scoundrel, scrounging, seeming, sell, semblance, sendup, shadiness, sham, shammer, shark, sharp practice, sharper, shiftiness, shifty, shill, shoddy, shoplifting, show-off, shrewdness, shuffling, shyster, signify, simulacrum, simulation, skulduggery, skulk, skulker, slick operator, slyness, smooth operator, smoothie, snake oil, snake-oil artist, snatching, sneak thievery, sneakiness, snitching, snow job, sophistry, specious, speciousness, spieler, spoof, stealage, stealing, sting, story-teller, straw bidder, straw man, suggestio falsi, supercherie, supernatural, suppressio veri, suppression of truth, swindler, swindler's crime, swindling, swiping, swizz, swizzle, sycophant, take in, takeoff, taradiddle, tarradiddle, tartuffery, tergiversation, theft, thespian, thievery, thieving, thimblerigger, thimblerigging, threadbare, tinsel, tired, tommyrot, tosh, traffic, trafficking, travesty, treacherous, treachery, treason, trick, trickery, trickiness, trickster, tricky, tricky Dick, true, twaddle, twister, uncandidness, uncandor, underhandedness, unfrankness, unnatural, unsincereness, untruth, untruthfulness, varlet, varnish, victimization, villain, viper, wheeler dealer, white lie, whited sepulcher, whited sepulchre, wile, wiliness, window dressing, wise guy, worm.
Rhymes for Fraud:
- clawed, baud, jawed, mod, bawd, laud, flawed, awed, broad, thawed;
- applaud, maraud, defraud, abroad;
Quotes for Fraud:
For the most part fraud in the end secures for its companions repentance and shame.Charles Simmons.