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Use "swindlers" in a sentence
"Now, Mrs. de Bonafini—herself known for her virulent anti-Americanism—has broken with the Schoklenders, whom she called "swindlers and traitors.""
"He rather seemed diverted than to sympathize in my angry sensations, and asked me 'whether I thought those men, whom the world call swindlers, black-legs, and other hard names, were not at least as honest as many of their neighbours?'"
"In the Netherlands parliament climate scientists have recently been depicted as 'swindlers' and 'climate mafia'."