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fraudulent
used in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

4 uses
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Definition
intentional deception — usually for financial gain or ego
  • You're a fraud, that's what you are!
    Chapter 25 (85% in)
fraud = someone who deceives others
  • But it warn't no use; he stormed right along, and said any man that pretended to be an Englishman and couldn't imitate the lingo no better than what he did was a fraud and a liar.
    Chapter 25 (89% in)
  • —and very convenient, too, for a fraud that's got to make signs, and ain't learnt how.
    Chapter 29 (10% in)
  • Preacher be hanged, he's a fraud and a liar.
    Chapter 29 (17% in)

There are no more uses of "fraudulent" in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

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