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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
amoral, artful, bent, brigandish, burglarious, calculating, chiseling, collusive, conscienceless, corrupt, corrupted, counterfeit, covinous, crafty, criminal, crooked, cunning, dark, deceitful, deceptive, devious, dishonest, dishonorable, double-dealing, doubtful, dubious, duplicitous, evasive, fake, false, falsehearted, falsified, felonious, finagling, fishy, forged, furtive, guileful, ill-got, ill-gotten, imitation, immoral, indirect, insidious, kleptomaniac, larcenous, light-fingered, not kosher, pinchbeck, piratelike, piratic, questionable, rotten, scheming, shady, sham, shameless, sharp, shifty, sinister, slippery, sneaky, spurious, sticky-fingered, surreptitious, suspicious, thieving, thievish, treacherous, trickish, tricky, two-faced, unconscienced, unconscientious, unconscionable, underhand, underhanded, unethical, unprincipled, unsavory, unscrupulous, unstraightforward, wily, without remorse, without shame
Dictionary Results for fraudulent:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
fraudulent
    adj 1: intended to deceive; "deceitful advertising"; "fallacious
           testimony"; "smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice"
           - S.T.Coleridge; "a fraudulent scheme to escape paying
           taxes" [syn: deceitful, fallacious, fraudulent]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Fraudulent \Fraud"u*lent\, a. [L. fraudulentus, fr. fraus,
   fraudis, fraud: cf. F. fraudulent.]
   1. Using fraud; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.
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   2. Characterized by, founded on, or proceeding from, fraud;
      as, a fraudulent bargain.
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            He, with serpent tongue, . . .
            His fraudulent temptation thus began. --Milton.
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   3. Obtained or performed by artifice; as, fraudulent
      conquest. --Milton.

   Syn: Deceitful; fraudful; guileful; crafty; wily; cunning;
        subtle; deceiving; cheating; deceptive; insidious;
        treacherous; dishonest; designing; unfair.
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