" [v] be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage; "She cheats on her husband"; "Might her husband be wandering?
" bearded darnel, beat, beguiler, betray, Bromus secalinus, cheat on, cheater, cheating, chess, chicane, chisel, chouse, cuckold, darnel, deceiver, jockey, Lolium temulentum, rig, rip off, screw, shaft, slicker, swindle, tare, trickster, wander beat, beat out, beguile, betrayer, bilk, bluffer, brome, bromegrass, bunco, bunco, bunco game, bunko, bunko game, charlatan, chiseler, chiseller, con, con, con game, confidence game, confidence trick, cook, counterfeiter, cozen, cozenage, crib, crush, deceit, deceive, deception, decoy, defraud, delude, diddle, dissembler, dissembling, dissimulation, dodger, double-crosser, double-dealer, fake, fake, faker, falsifier, falsify, figurehead, finagler, fleece, flimflam, fool around, forger, fortune hunter, four-flusher, fox, fraud, fraud, front, front man, fudge, gazump, gerrymander, goldbrick, gouger, gyp, gyp, holdout, hoodwink, hook, hustle, hypocrite, imitator, impersonator, imposter, impostor, job, juggle, lead on, liar, manipulate, misleader, misrepresent, mountebank, mulct, nobble, nominal head, obscurantist, offender, overcharge, phoney, phony, play around, pluck, plume, pretender, prevaricator, pseud, pseudo, rig, rob, role player, rook, rye grass, ryegrass, sandbagger, scam, scam, scammer, set up, sham, shammer, shark, sharper, sharpie, sharpy, shell, shell game, slyboots, soak, steerer, sting, straw man, surcharge, swindle, swindler, swiz, thimblerig, traitor, trounce, twotime, two-timer, utterer, vanquish, victimise, victimize, wangle, wangler, welsh, whipsaw, wrongdoer ballot-box stuffing, bamboozle, bamboozlement, beat, befool, beguile, beguile of, bilk, blackleg, boodle, bunco, burn, cardsharping, charlatan, cheater, cheating, chicane, chicanery, chisel, chiseler, chouse, chouse out of, clinquant, cog, cog the dice, c \Cheat\, n. an abbrevation of escheat, lands or tenements that fall to a lord or to the state by forfeiture, or by the death of the tenant without heirs; the meaning being explained by the frauds, real or supposed, that were resorted to in procuring escheats. An act of deception or fraud; that which is the means of fraud or deception; a fraud; a trick; imposition; imposture.
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