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Cheat, vb., to deceive, to swindle; 1) absol.: “you base, rascally, --ing, lack-linen mate,” H4B II, 4, 133. -- 2) transit.: “I hope you do not mean to c. me so,” Err. IV, 3, 79. “how to c. the devil,” LLL IV, 3, 288. With of, == to swindle out of sth.: Tp. I, 1, 59. III, 2, 49. John II, 572. R3 I, 1, 19.
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