Etymology
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fraudulence (n.)

"deceit," c. 1500, from Old French fraudulence, from Latin fraudulentia, from stem of fraus (see fraud).

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Definitions of fraudulence

fraudulence (n.)
a fraudulent or duplicitous representation;
Synonyms: duplicity
fraudulence (n.)
the quality of being fraudulent;
Synonyms: deceit
fraudulence (n.)
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage;
Synonyms: fraud / dupery / hoax / humbug / put-on
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