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dupery, put-on, humbug, hoax, fraudulence, fraud
n. something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
tommyrot, bilgewater, tarradiddle, taradiddle, twaddle, tosh, humbug, drool, bosh, boloney, baloney
n. pretentious or silly talk or writing
snake oil, humbug
n. communication (written or spoken) intended to deceive
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humbug
v. trick or deceive
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tactical manoeuvre, tactical maneuver, manoeuvre, maneuver
n. a move made to gain a tactical end
fast one, trick
n. a cunning or deceitful action or device; "he played a trick on me"; "he pulled a fast one and got away with it"
perfidy, treason, betrayal, treachery
n. an act of deliberate betrayal
dissimulation, dissembling, deceit, deception
n. the act of deceiving
forgery
n. criminal falsification by making or altering an instrument with intent to defraud
rig, cheat, swindle
n. the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme; "that book is a fraud"
copy
n. a thing made to be similar or identical to another thing; "she made a copy of the designer dress"; "the clone was a copy of its ancestor"
fake, juke
n. (football) a deceptive move made by a football player
prevarication, lie
n. a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth
fable, fiction, fabrication
n. a deliberately false or improbable account
put-on, pasquinade, charade, travesty, burlesque, takeoff, mockery, sendup, spoof, lampoon, parody
n. a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
dissimulator, pretender, phoney, phony, dissembler, hypocrite
n. a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives
short-change, gip, nobble, goldbrick, con, hornswoggle, gyp, mulct, scam, defraud, bunco, diddle, rook, swindle, victimize
v. deprive of by deceit; "He swindled me out of my inheritance"; "She defrauded the customers who trusted her"; "the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change"
sell short
v. underestimate the real value or ability of; "Don't sell your students short--they are just shy and don't show off their knowledge"
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