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Synonyms for cheat

Synonyms for cheat

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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* GTA V 'Elusive' cheat creator ordered to pay $150,000 fine to Take-Two as damages.
class="MsoNormalThe truth is, he's a great father and had always been a great husband until he cheated. My friends say that if he cheated once, he could cheat again.
In fact, this summer, McAfee, an online security software maker, surveyed over 1,200 high school students and found that one in three teens admitted to using their cellphones to cheat in school at least once.
These lovers do not feel a prick of conscience, and five out of ten would cheat more often if they could get away with it.
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While there does exist agreement between students and faculty in defining obvious instances of academic dishonesty (using cheat sheets or glancing on another student's paper during an exam), students and faculty do not agree on other types of potential dishonesty (discussing an exam with a student who has not taken it and using an old test for exam preparation) (Barnett and Dalton, 1981; Graham et al.
Her mother always tells her that cheating is religiously haram , reciting prophet Muhammed's hadith , saying, on cheating "he who cheats belongs not to us (ie not a true Muslim),"
Although punishers make an initial investment to harm cheats, the investment may be repaid if the cheat behaves more cooperatively in future interactions.
Cheating increases a contestant's output, but the more a contestant cheats, the more likely his cheating will be detected in the event an audit occurs.
Given this setup, the article focuses on a no-cheating equilibrium and identifies three effects that determine whether an individual decides to cheat: the likelihood effect (cheating improves the probability of winning), the cost effect (how cheating affects effort costs), and the base-salary effect (if a player cheats, he reduces his expected base salary since there is a chance he will get caught).
Preserving Academic Honesty, Who Cheats and Why (from Lansing Community College):