fraudulent

fraudulent
fraud·u·lent adj: characterized by, based on, or done by fraud compare deceptive, false, misleading
fraud·u·lent·ly adv

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

fraudulent
I adjective beguiling, bogus, cheating, conniving, contrary to fact, corrupt, counterfeited, crafty, crooked, cunning, deceitful, deceiving, deceptive, delusive, delusory, designing, destitute of good faith, destitute of integrity, devoid of truth, discreditable, dishonest, dishonorable, disingenuous, disreputable, dolosus, double-dealing, fake, faked, fallacious, false, falsified, feigned, finagling, forsworn, fraudulentus, furtive, guileful, iniquitous, insidious, meretricious, misleading, not honest, not true, perfidious, perjured, phony, scheming, sham, shifty, sneaky, spurious, surreptitious, treacherous, trickish, tricky, truthless, unauthentic, underhanded, unethical, unfaithful, ungenuine, unreal, unreliable, unscrupulous, untrue, untrustworthy, untruthful, unveracious, unvirtuous, void of truth, wanting in probity, wily, without probity, without truth associated concepts: fraudulent concealment, fraudulent conveyance, fraudulent intent, fraudulent misrepresentation, fraudulent practice, fraudulent preferences, fraudulent representation, fraudulent transfer foreign phrases:
- Dolosus versatur in generalibus. — A fraudulent person takes refuge in generalities
II index assumed (feigned), collusive, colorable (specious), deceptive, delusive, dishonest, disingenuous, fallacious, false (not genuine), felonious, insidious, larcenous, lying, machiavellian, mendacious, meretricious, perfidious, spurious, tortuous (corrupt), unfair, unfounded, unscrupulous, untrue, untrustworthy

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


fraudulent
The description of a willful act commenced with the specific intent to deceive or cheat, in order to cause some financial detriment to another and to engender personal financial gain.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


fraudulent
The description of a willful act commenced with the specific intent to deceive or cheat, in order to cause some financial detriment to another and to engender personal financial gain.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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