Defrauded [verb]

Definition of Defrauded:

cheat, bilk

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Sentence/Example of Defrauded:

Rather, we’re talking about defrauding businesses, investors, and governments.

As part of the settlement with the federal government, Purdue will plead guilty to one count of defrauding the United States and two counts of violating the anti-kickback statute.

In February 2014, Citi disclosed that oil services firm Oceanografía had allegedly defrauded Banamex out of $400 million.

Minority investors in Brotman accused Lee of cooking its books to defraud them.

In so doing, Apple has defrauded the public and cheated its consumers.

PG&E launched an investigation late last year into allegations that Singh’s company had defrauded PG&E and bribed its employees.

Basically a series of very high profile cases where people had their personal data stolen and they were defrauded of significant amounts of money.

That night, the family rushed to the police to report that they had been defrauded.

Suppose directors had defrauded their corporation, but the fraud was not discovered until several years afterward.

Vergil tells us that a special punishment in the underworld awaited the patron who defrauded a client.