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Definition of "fraudulence" [fraud•u•lence]

  • The condition of being fraudulent (noun)

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Use "fraudulence" in a sentence
  • "All seriousness aside, the only thing more disappointing than the campaign's fraudulence is its boring tag line, "It's time to get America back on track.""
  • "But police arrested Rahman on a "fraudulence" charge following a night long siege at the Desh office in Dhaka hours after the local administrative chief and district magistrate ordered the proscription on June 1."
  • "Some people feel huge illegitimacy around their degrees or other credentials or, perhaps more accurately, they feel illegitimate to start with and use credentials as a confirmation of that feeling -- feelings of illegitimacy and fraudulence are rampant among perfectionists -- but a degree by itself is meaningless."