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詐欺師, さぎし

  • sagishi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • swindler
  • imposter
  • crook

Examples of 詐欺師,さぎし in a Sentence

The confidence man and his blonde call girl make a perfect match in enraging his landlady.
A confidence man polishes his "hood winking" or "eye-washing" techniques before bilking a new victim.
A confidence man can talk his way into a girl's trust with ease.
The imposter was caught.
Deceive me once, and I will forgive you; deceive me twice, and you're a double-crosser.
In our society we find men of integrity along with crooks.
The old woman fell an easy prey to the fraud.
It has been said that "a sucker's born every minute" and every 'confidence man' knows it.

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