Simple past tense and past participle of defraud.(verb)
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Use "defrauded" in a sentence
"I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Internet, but it certainly appears that the glass companies are charging the insurance companies for more than the glass replacement would normally go for in a competitive marketplace, and then splitting the extra money defrauded from the insurance company with the consumer."
"Last week, when a photo of the valentine came to light, Farrow was in court fighting to reverse Allen's adoption of two of her 11 children, claiming he "defrauded" her by hiding his affair with Farrow's adopted daughter Soon-Yi, 22."
"Sue Appaloosa A group of Delphi Corp. creditors claims that investors led by hedge fund Appaloosa Management "defrauded" the bankrupt auto-parts supplier by promising to invest $2.55 billion in it while "simultaneously and covertly" working to undermine its exit from Chapter 11 protection from creditors."