Meaning of defrauder in English:

defrauder

Pronunciation /dɪˈfrɔːdə/

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noun

See defraud

‘But in my opinion instead of making too much efforts to defeat the evil schemes of defrauders, it is high time China established a social welfare network that is more inclusive and more efficient.’
  • ‘‘We have this for security reasons only,’ said the manager, who explained that it was tool to help bouncers identify patrons who were known brawlers or defrauders.’
  • ‘Acquittal on all counts was the only fair outcome from a prosecution case cobbled together by one man with a vendetta and a family of liars and defrauders.’
  • ‘This consciousness pushed the Medicaid defrauder, for example, to build a huge mansion in her village knowing that she might never live in it.’