Cheat and Quack


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Cheat noun – A dishonest person who uses clever means to cheat others out of something of value.
Usage example: a cheat at cards

Quack is a synonym for cheat in swindler topic. In some cases you can use "Quack" instead a noun "Cheat", when it comes to topics like pretender, impostor, person who fools others.
Nearby Words: cheating, cheated, cheater
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Quack noun – One who makes false claims of identity or expertise.
Cheat is a synonym for quack in pretender topic. You can use "Cheat" instead the word "Quack" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as person who pretends to be an expert.
Nearby Words: quackery, quacking
Synonyms for Quack

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  • Video Game / Turok Take That: The original game featured a cheat code that unlocked "Quack Mode", which made the graphics blocker and lowered the framerate, an obvious jab at Quake.
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