Definition of "swindling" [swindling]

  • Present participle of swindle. (verb)

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Use "swindling" in a sentence
  • "Only a Republican would call swindling people in the name of patriotism a “philosophy.”"
  • "‘Why, Lufton, am I to understand then, that you are accusing me of having any interest in these transactions which you have called swindling?’"
  • "It was this which must have given Gallet the idea of swindling the Legitimists."