fraudster

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fraudster (ˈfrɔːdstə)
 
n
a swindler

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Main Entry:  fraudster
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  one who commits fraud
Etymology:  fraud + -ster (agent noun)
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fraudster
1975, from fraud + -ster. Earlier words were fraudsman (1610s); frauditor (1550s).
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