[fraw-juh-luh nt] /ˈfrɔ dʒə lənt/
characterized by, involving, or proceeding from , as actions, enterprise, methods, or gains:
a fraudulent scheme to evade taxes.
given to or using , as a person; cheating; dishonest.
acting with or having the intent to deceive
relating to or proceeding from fraud or dishonest action
early 15c., from Middle French fraudulent, from Latin fraudulentus “cheating, deceitful,” from fraus (see fraud). Related: Fraudulently.
[German frou-uh n-felt] /German ˈfraʊ ənˌfɛlt/ noun 1. a town in and the capital of Thurgau, in N Switzerland. [toor-gou] /ˈtur gaʊ/ noun 1. a canton in NE Switzerland. 388 sq. mi. (1005 sq. km). Capital: Frauenfeld. /German ˈfrauənfɛlt/ noun 1. a town in NE Switzerland, capital of Thurgau canton. Pop: 21 954 (2000) /German […]
/ˈfrɒhən/ noun 1. an Irish word for whortleberry (sense 1), whortleberry (sense 2)
[frawt] /frɔt/ adjective 1. Archaic. filled or laden (with): ships fraught with precious wares. noun 2. Scot. a load; cargo; freight (of a ship). Idioms 3. fraught with, full of; accompanied by; involving: a task fraught with danger. /frɔːt/ adjective 1. (usually postpositive) and foll by with. filled or charged; attended: a venture fraught with […]
[froi-lahyn; English froi-lahyn or, often, fraw-, frou-] /ˈfrɔɪ laɪn; English ˈfrɔɪ laɪn or, often, ˈfrɔ-, ˈfraʊ-/ noun, plural Fräulein. English, Fräuleins. German. 1. an unmarried woman. 2. the conventional German title of respect and term of address for an unmarried woman, corresponding to Miss. /German ˈfrɔylain; English ˈfrɔːlaɪn; ˈfraʊ-/ noun (pl) -lein, (English) -leins 1. […]