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Fraudulent vs. Deceptive

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Fraudulentadjective

Dishonest; based on fraud or deception.

Deceptiveadjective

Misleading, likely or attempting to deceive.

‘deceptive advertising’; ‘deceptive practices’;

Fraudulentadjective

False, phony.

‘He tried to pass a fraudulent check.’;

Deceptiveadjective

Tending to deceive; having power to mislead, or impress with false opinions; as, a deceptive countenance or appearance.

‘Language altogether deceptive, and hiding the deeper reality from our eyes.’;

Fraudulentadjective

Using fraud; tricky; deceitful; dishonest.

Deceptiveadjective

causing one to believe what is not true or fail to believe what is true;

‘deceptive calm’; ‘a delusory pleasure’;

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Fraudulentadjective

Characterized by, founded on, or proceeding from, fraud; as, a fraudulent bargain.

‘He, with serpent tongue, . . . His fraudulent temptation thus began.’;

Deceptiveadjective

tending to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently;

‘the deceptive calm in the eye of the storm’; ‘deliberately deceptive packaging’; ‘a misleading similarity’; ‘statistics can be presented in ways that are misleading’;

Fraudulentadjective

Obtained or performed by artifice; as, fraudulent conquest.

Fraudulentadjective

intended to deceive;

‘deceitful advertising’; ‘fallacious testimony’; ‘smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice’; ‘a fraudulent scheme to escape paying taxes’;

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