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cheat

Law the obtaining of another's property by fraudulent means
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Here also we made some acquaintances, who almost contrived to cheat me into happiness.
Why, the worst-looking cheat in all this town who gets the value of eighteenpence under false pretences, an't half such a cheat as this sign-post of The Casby's Head here
I shall cheat if I like; there's no fun i' playing else; and I know where there's a goldfinch's nest, but I'll take care
We show that both the decision to cheat and the number of episodes of cheating are impacted by the student's perceptions of other students' willingness to report cheating.
How to cheat creatively, without being caught, is what occupies many students during exam periods.
And some students were discovered with cheat notes scrawled on their hands and arms by exam invigilators.
Students felt it was easier to cheat in online classes than face-to-face classes.
Athletes may cheat by using performance-enhancing drugs or banned equipment (e.
Research suggests that students do not cheat because they do not understand the nature of cheating--they cheat perhaps because of their own perception of a low likelihood of being caught, or of only modest consequences if they are.
Cheat on Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor and you will be castrated, but do the same to action hero Akshay Kumar and you may be let off the hook.
Lebanese singer Amal Hijazi said that 90 percent of Arab men cheat on their wives without having any justifiable reason.