fraudulence

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EtymologyEdit

Latin fraudulentia.

NounEdit

fraudulence (uncountable)

  1. The condition of being fraudulent
    • 2012 January 7, B.R. Myers, “Dynasty, North Korean-Style”, The New York Times:
      We should therefore not make too much of the fraudulence of all that on-screen wailing. Just because North Korean TV never films anything before rehearsing all spontaneity out of it does not mean the average citizen was unmoved.
      (Also published as 2012 January 9, B.R. Myers, “Racial purity, North Korean-Style”, International Herald Tribune, page 8.)

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Last modified on 15 February 2014, at 19:59