persons who serve their own interests through trickery and swindling;
Study on the Reconstitution of Crime of Swindling and Bluffing--Also on the Constitution of Crime of Fraud and Crime of Swindling and Bluffing Posing as a Soldier;
He often swaggered and swindled under the guise of the company's name.
On Actions of Cheating and Bluffing in "Punishments in Public Order and Security Administration";
It' s queer that he managed to bluff his way through all the difficulties.
The expression "cheating and bluffing by holding the entry or exit certificate of sailors" as specified in the preceding paragraph of this Article includes the following acts:
Committing an act of cheating in the name of the Company and causing serious damage to the Company regulation.
Whoever poses as a people's police to cheat and bluff is to be heavily punished in accordance with the preceding paragraph.
Those who pose as military personnel and engage in cheating and bluffing are to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed-term imprisonment, criminal detention, control or deprivation of political rights.
A starlet would prefer the crummiest, the rattiest, the phoniest movie wheel.
I hasten to add, to anticipate possible misconception, that he was not the least of a charlatan.
Whoever poses as state organ personnel to cheat and bluff is to be sentenced to not more than three years of fixed-term imprisonment, criminal detention, control, or deprivation of political rights;
I invested his money, poor fellow, in a bubble scheme.
Thus, a New York literary gathering lionizes a bluff sea captain under the mistaken impression that he is a famous British author.
He likes slipping tricks over.
Don't fall for his tricks.
One that uses tricks, deception, or fraud.