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fraudster

/ˈfrɔːdstə/
noun
1.
a swindler
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noun

one who commits fraud

Word Origin

fraud + -ster (agent noun)

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Word Origin and History for fraudster
n.

1975, from fraud + -ster. Earlier words were fraudsman (1610s); frauditor (1550s).

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