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Definition of "fraudful" [fraud•ful]

  • Full of fraud, deceit, or treachery; fraudulent. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fraudful" in a sentence
  • "Abdullah, verily the goods of this world stand not in stead of those of the world to come, and we are no fraudful folk, but all of us know the lawful from the unlawful and fear Almighty Allah and abstain from devouring the substance of the orphan."
  • "Then cried out King Afridun to Sharrkan, saying, By the truth of the Messiah and the Faith which is no liar, thou art nought save a doughty rider and a stalwart fighter; but thou art fraudful and thy nature is not that of the noble."
  • "The seventh, the fraudful wretch (no cause descried),"