swindle

Swindle vs Wane - What's the difference?

swindle | wane |


As verbs the difference between swindle and wane

is that swindle is to defraud (someone) while wane is (label) to progressively lose its splendor, value, ardor, power, intensity etc; to decline.

As nouns the difference between swindle and wane

is that swindle is an instance of while wane is a gradual diminution in power, value, intensity etc or wane can be (scotland|slang) a child or wane can be (chiefly|northern england|and|scotland|obsolete) a house or dwelling.

Swindle vs Rob - What's the difference?

swindle | rob |


As verbs the difference between swindle and rob

is that swindle is to defraud (someone) while rob is .

As a noun swindle

is an instance of.

Swindle vs Filch - What's the difference?

swindle | filch |


In lang=en terms the difference between swindle and filch

is that swindle is to obtain money or property by fraudulent or deceitful methods while filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of.

As verbs the difference between swindle and filch

is that swindle is to defraud (someone) while filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of.

As a noun swindle

is an instance of.

Swindle vs Purloin - What's the difference?

swindle | purloin |


In lang=en terms the difference between swindle and purloin

is that swindle is to obtain money or property by fraudulent or deceitful methods while purloin is to commit theft; to thieve.

As verbs the difference between swindle and purloin

is that swindle is to defraud (someone) while purloin is to take the property of another, often in breach of trust; to appropriate wrongfully; to steal.

As a noun swindle

is an instance of.

Shenanigan vs Swindle - What's the difference?

shenanigan | swindle |


As nouns the difference between shenanigan and swindle

is that shenanigan is (countable) a deceitful confidence trick, or mischief causing discomfort or annoyance while swindle is an instance of.

As a verb swindle is

to defraud (someone).

Bewilder vs Swindle - What's the difference?

bewilder | swindle |


As verbs the difference between bewilder and swindle

is that bewilder is (label) to confuse, puzzle or befuddle someone, especially with many different things while swindle is to defraud (someone).

As a noun swindle is

an instance of.

Ploy vs Swindle - What's the difference?

ploy | swindle |


As nouns the difference between ploy and swindle

is that ploy is a tactic, strategy, or gimmick while swindle is an instance of.

As verbs the difference between ploy and swindle

is that ploy is (military) to form a column from a line of troops on some designated subdivision while swindle is to defraud (someone).

Swindle vs Blackleg - What's the difference?

swindle | blackleg |


As nouns the difference between swindle and blackleg

is that swindle is an instance of while blackleg is (uncountable) fatal cattle disease caused by the soil-borne bacteria clostridium chauvoei ; symptomatic anthrax.

As a verb swindle

is to defraud (someone).

As an adjective blackleg is

relating to a scab worker.

Chouse vs Swindle - What's the difference?

chouse | swindle | Related terms |

Chouse is a related term of swindle.


In lang=en terms the difference between chouse and swindle

is that chouse is to cheat, to trick while swindle is to obtain money or property by fraudulent or deceitful methods.

As verbs the difference between chouse and swindle

is that chouse is to cheat, to trick while swindle is to defraud (someone).

As nouns the difference between chouse and swindle

is that chouse is one who is easily cheated; a gullible person while swindle is an instance of.

Circumvent vs Swindle - What's the difference?

circumvent | swindle | Related terms |

Circumvent is a related term of swindle.


In lang=en terms the difference between circumvent and swindle

is that circumvent is to outwit or outsmart while swindle is to obtain money or property by fraudulent or deceitful methods.

As verbs the difference between circumvent and swindle

is that circumvent is to avoid or get around something; to bypass while swindle is to defraud (someone).

As a noun swindle is

an instance of.

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