Definitions of "fraud"
  1. A deceitful action or concealment meant to trick another person and cause harm to them
  2. A justification claimed in response to an act of deceit which was intended to harm
  3. An unlawful act or civil wrong involving deceit with the intent of causing harm to another person
How to use "fraud" in a sentence
  1. The business was accused of fraud for misrepresenting their product's capabilities.
  2. They used fraud as a defense, arguing that they were tricked into signing the contract.
  3. Committing fraud can result in severe legal penalties, including fines and imprisonment.

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