- (Roget's Thesaurus II) noun Informal. A person who cheats: bilk, cheat, cheater, cozener, defrauder, rook, sharper, swindler, trickster, victimizer. Informal: chiseler, crook. Slang: diddler, gyp, gypper. See HONEST.
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flimflammer — noun see flimflam II … New Collegiate Dictionary
flimflammer — See flimflam. * * * … Universalium
flimflammer — n. cheat, swindler (Slang) … English contemporary dictionary
flimflammer — flim·flam·mer … English syllables
flimflammer — … Useful english dictionary
flimflam — flimflammer, n. flimflammery, n. /flim flam /, n., v., flimflammed, flimflamming. Informal. n. 1. a trick or deception, esp. a swindle or confidence game involving skillful persuasion or clever manipulation of the victim. 2. a piece of nonsense;… … Universalium
cheat — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. deceive, defraud (See deception). II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [One who cheats] Syn. rogue, cheater, swindler, fraud, quack, charlatan, conniver, confidence man, scammer, chiseler, impostor, masquerader,… … English dictionary for students
flimflam — I. noun Etymology: perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse flim mockery Date: circa 1570 1. deceptive nonsense 2. deception, fraud II. transitive verb (flimflammed; flimflamming) Date: 1660 to subject to a flimflam • … New Collegiate Dictionary
flimflammery — See flimflammer. * * * … Universalium
blackleg — Synonyms and related words: Texas fever, anthrax, aphthous fever, bighead, black quarter, blackwater, blind staggers, bloody flux, broken wind, cattle plague, charbon, cheat, cheater, chiseler, cozener, crook, defrauder, diddler, distemper, fink … Moby Thesaurus