samad
fraudulent,fraudful , fraudster, which word is popular as a adjective?' can we use for both person and things, for example,fraudulent person and fraudulent document? would you please make sentences for each of them .
Nov 27, 2014 5:55 AM
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"The employee's financial management was fraudulent" "It was a fraudulent transaction" "The accountant was convicted of fraud" "He had acted fraudulently" "The whole operation was a fraud" "The accountant was nothing more than a fraudster" The adjective is "fraudulent". I have never seen "fraudful" used and I don't think it's a word.
November 27, 2014
Hi Samad: I am not familiar with "fraudful". It may be a word, but fraudulent is commonly used, and will suffice. A person can be fraudulent and the behavior can be fraudulent. A document can be fraudulent.
November 27, 2014
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