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Fraud, 1) deceit, treachery, stratagem: Lucr. 1243. H6C IV, 4, 33. R3 I, 4, 154 (Ff strongframed, Qq strong in fraud).
2) falseness, faithlessness: it (love) “shall be fickle, false and full of f.” Ven. 1141. “his heart as far from f. as heaven from earth,” Gentl. II, 7, 78. the “f. of men was ever so,” Ado II, 3, 74. “the f. of England, not the force of France, hath now entrapped the nobleminded Talbot,” H6A IV, 4, 36.
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