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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfraudulentfraud‧u‧lent /ˈfrɔːdjələnt $ ˈfrɒːdʒə-/ adjective  TRICK/DECEIVEintended to deceive people in an illegal way, in order to gain money, power etc a fraudulent insurance claim a fraudulent statementfraudulent activity/behaviour/conductsee thesaurus at dishonestfraudulently adverb He was accused of fraudulently using a stolen credit card.fraudulence noun [uncountable]
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fraudulentI hope that, if there was a fraudulent claim, the Minister will prosecute.The international financial markets stand ready to discipline and expose fraudulent governments.a fraudulent insurance claimHe was later accused of writing fraudulent loan and deposit records.She entered the country using a fraudulent passport.fraudulent ... claimThese provide evidence to substantiate the loss and prevent possible fraudulent claims.In some cases this has been done to make a fraudulent claim against the Department of Social Security.Some of us know all about that. Fraudulent claims are increasing.Section head - the number of occasions that fraudulent claims are made, ie indicators of honesty or dishonesty.If there is a fraudulent claim for benefits, who will be prosecuted?I hope that, if there was a fraudulent claim, the Minister will prosecute.We must demolish their fraudulent claims to be the party of freedom and opportunity.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfraudulentfraud‧u‧lent /ˈfrɔːdjələntˈfrɒːdʒə-/ adjectiveLAW fraudulent activities, documents etc are intended to deceiveWinchester Crown Court found him guilty of theft, perjury andfraudulent trading.It is difficult to estimate the exact number of fraudulent insurance claims.
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