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cheat

Law the obtaining of another's property by fraudulent means
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He destroys birth and death, and dissipates to mist the paradox of being, until his victim cries out, as in "The City of Dreadful Night": "Our life's a cheat, our death a black abyss.
Hence it is plain that in Italy, parties connected with the drama and the omnibus and the toy interests do not cheat.
Note made--in Italy, people who quarrel cheat the spectator.
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
Even foreigners soon have to come down to the custom of the country, and they do not buy and sell long in Constantinople till they lie and cheat like a Greek.
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
Follow but my counsel, and I will show you a way to empty the pocket of a queer cull without any danger of the nubbing cheat.
Company was irksome to me; when alone, I could fill my mind with the sights of heaven and earth; the voice of Henry soothed me, and I could thus cheat myself into a transitory peace.
Here also we made some acquaintances, who almost contrived to cheat me into happiness.
Texas Cheat 'Em replaces time usually spent waiting for others to deal or bet in online poker with loads of fun planning cheats or playing minigames, and offers single-player as well as multiplayer options for up to eight players for a truly unique and robust gameplay experience.
Many players think that cheats simply snap off the enemys head and they are very direct and automatized.
He who cheats is a dog; he who lets himself be cheated is an ass.