Meaning of fraudulence in English:

fraudulence

Pronunciation /ˈfrɔːdjʊl(ə)ns/

Translate fraudulence into Spanish

noun

See fraudulent

‘These are instances of deception we know about, and they have two important consequences apart from the fraudulence of any policies based on such deceit.’
  • ‘Then there's the possibility that fraudulence at the polls that has gone undetected could make the difference.’
  • ‘Not only have they dared to reveal some of the secrets behind their own tricks, but they've also made a name for themselves as debunkers, exploring the fraudulence of so-called supernatural phenomenon.’
  • ‘A demonstration of vulnerability can become, in the blink of an eye, an indulgence or exercise in self-regard and, soon after that, an entrapment in fraudulence.’
  • ‘But its essential fraudulence stands exposed, and it's hard to see how that exposure can be undone.’