verb (used with object)
to deprive of a right, money, or property by fraud:
Dishonest employees defrauded the firm of millions of dollars.
(transitive) to take away or withhold money, rights, property, etc, from (a person) by fraud; cheat; swindle
verb (used with object), defamed, defaming. 1. to attack the good name or reputation of, as by uttering or publishing maliciously or falsely anything injurious; slander or libel; calumniate: The newspaper editorial defamed the politician. 2. Archaic. to disgrace; bring dishonor upon. 3. Archaic. to accuse. verb (transitive) 1. to attack the good name or […]
adjective 1. containing defamation; injurious to reputation; slanderous or libelous: She claimed that the article in the magazine was defamatory. adjective 1. injurious to someone’s name or reputation
verb (used without object), defalcated, defalcating. Law. 1. to be guilty of defalcation. verb 1. (intransitive) (law) to misuse or misappropriate property or funds entrusted to one
noun 1. degenerate state or character. 2. the process of degenerating; decline. 3. degenerate behavior, especially behavior considered sexually deviant. 4. Physics. the number of distinct quantum states of a system that have a given energy. noun (pl) -cies 1. the act or state of being degenerate 2. the process of becoming degenerate 3. (physics) […]