Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
rob. an abbrevation of escheat, lands or tenements that fall to a lord or to the state by forfeiture, or by the death of the tenant without heirs; the meaning being explained by the frauds, real or supposed, that were resorted to in procuring escheats. See Escheat
A little boy like you shouldn't practise cheating.
"The Fifth Form at Saint Dominic's" by Talbot Baines Reed
He had been cheated of it by a remorseless destiny; he had been a baby, and then he had been a man.
"The Snowshoe Trail" by Edison Marshall
Should Hay cheat, denounce him to George Sandal.
"The Opal Serpent" by Fergus Hume
The old rascal deserves to be cheated if we fail.
"Blow The Man Down" by Holman Day
Now that all of you know I didn't mean to cheat, I don't care.
"The Nicest Girl in the School" by Angela Brazil
They have as much Pleasure in cheating a Father and Mother, as in cheating at Cards.
"The Beggar's Opera" by John Gay
The gypsies lost considerably, and I saw clearly that the jockeys were cheating them most confoundedly.
"The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'" by George Borrow
It was mine by good rights, and I hadn't ought to be cheated out of it.
"Little Grandfather" by Sophie May
He that cheats me ance, shame fa' him; he that cheats me twice, shame fa' me.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
Suppose among the fifty girls in our room this morning, there were one or two who cheated.
"Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall" by Jean K. Baird
The outward show may be delusive,
A cheating name:
The inner spirit is conclusive
Of worth or shame.
"Outward and Inward Virtue" by John Bowring
Now my sense is never so clear.
It cheats my heart,
Making me start
A thousand times, when she is not near.
"Footsteps in the Street" by Robert Fuller Murray
The foolish hopes and fond
That cheat us to the last
Thou shalt not feel; beyond
All these things thou hast passed.
"The Dead Child" by Victor James Daley
Or that the promise he hath made,
Also the threatenings great,
Should in a moment end and fade?
O! no, this is a cheat.
"An Introduction To The Ensuing Discourse." by John Bunyan
I saw the deep and gushing love,
That fearful moment started,
That murmur'd like a turtle dove,
To cheating hope departed.
"A Song Of The Olden Time" by James Avis Bartley
Has changed away my Ape at last
And in its place conveyed,
Thinking therewith to cheat my sight,
A fresh and blooming maid!
"The Ape" by Charles Lamb
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MoCo Food Truck Cheat Sheet.
New Guidance Doesn't Mollify FCPA Critics, but Offers Cheat Sheet for Playing Fair.
Can a naturally-produced hormone stop men from cheating.
If monogamy is such an important virtue, why do so many people cheat.
LOS ANGELES – In light of the countless celebrity cheating and sex scandals of 2010, Playboy's legendary founder Hugh Hefner says it all boils down to his original theory that human beings are not meant to be monogamous .
Which makes the whole argument that "he married a supermodel, so why would he need to cheat".
Jude Law cheated on Sienna Miller, for God's sake JFK cheated on Jackie.
Even evolutionary psychologists, once stalwarts of the men-cheat-women-cling school, are questioning whether females are innately monogamous .
Office of Inspector General Report Cheats Kids and Parents.
Paying the Price for Cheating on Sleep .
A blind jazz-rock guitarist cheated death yesterday when he stepped onto the subway tracks at the West 66th Street/Broadway station, but was only grazed by a No.
Cheating vs Open Marriage .
' Open marriage ' isn't a license to cheat, experts say.
For some grown-ups, it's a way to deny that they're cheating.
Most recently, the authors in showed that the robustness of such games are optimal and can be extended to cover the scenarios when adversaries try to use the memory in the apparatus to cheat.
Self Testing of Partially Entangled States
These nontrivial values of the chirality exponents and the speciﬁcheat amplitude ratio appear to be hard to explain from the mean-ﬁeld tricritical scenario.
Universality of phase transitions of frustrated antiferromagnets
Or perhaps we can imitate nature, but cheat in various ways.
On the other hand, it is also perfectly possible that we can’t cheat very much and still get a system that’s nearly as interesting as our world.
Y > 1 criterion was actually introduced in ref. , where it was also pointed out that it is possible to “cheat” this criteria is the signal gain is much larger than one.
Quantum teleportation criteria for continuous variables