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  • I knew, too, that she was fond of money, that she hoarded it, and lent it at a wicked rate of interest, that she’s a merciless cheat and swindler.
  • And there’s a lot of swindling in America, too, I expect.
  • He swindled his own son and spent his money, his maternal inheritance, on trying to get his mistress from him.
  • That’s all very charming; but if you want to swindle why do you want a moral sanction for doing it?
  • Serve him right, the swindler!
  • He can’t bring himself to swindle without a moral sanction.

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  • She stole over a million dollars in her biggest swindle.
  • She was swindled out of her college savings.

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