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Synonyms for cheat

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Synonyms for cheat

weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land

weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat

a deception for profit to yourself

defeat someone through trickery or deceit

be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage

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Some schools have honor codes that ask students to state they have not cheated and that they will not tolerate it if someone else does.
For the study, the team looked at 232 college students who had been cheated on within the past three months.
women who want to cheat open my husband almost cheated on me
Half of those who cheated stated that they felt disturbed or ashamed.
Russel (2004) found that 41 percent of students admitted that they had cheated on exams though 21 percent said they do it only rarely.
Students in OLcourses cheated less than others, F(2,636) = 5.
This is why, for me, it is a completely black-and-white situation: President Clinton cheated and lied.
They focus on the important effect on cheating incentives of "re-awarding," that is, whether the prize to the top-ranked contestant passes by default to the second-ranked contestant if the winner is found to have cheated.
02 percent of students who took last year's college entrance exam were later found to have cheated, according to figures from the ministry.
Iranian-born Bahram Sahami, 37, cheated at American roulette by adding or removing chips from the table after the ball had dropped or by stealing other players' chips, Scotland Yard said.
People can also vent their feelings by posting stories of being cheated on.
They focus on the important effect of "re-awarding" on cheating incentives, that is, whether the prize to the top-ranked contestant passes by default to the second-ranked contestant if the winner is found to have cheated.
The survey examined cheating students by the following criteria: a) major, b) those who have cheated, c) those who have been asked to cheat, d) those who would assist, and e) those who found cheating acceptable.
24% of the sample stated that they only cheated one to three times during their enrollment, 10% for four to six times, 4% cheated seven to nine times, while only 2% cheated more then ten times.
Peterson was cheated of his money by a dishonest agent .