Definition of Ripoffs

1. Noun. (plural of ripoff) ¹



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Definition of Ripoffs

1. ripoff [n] - See also: ripoff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ripoffs

ripens
riper
ripers
ripes
ripest
ripidolite
ripidolites
ripieni
ripienist
ripienists
ripieno
ripienos
riping
riplock
ripoff
ripoffs (current term)
ripost
riposte
riposted
ripostes
riposting
riposts
ripp
rippable
ripped
ripper
rippers
rippier
rippiers
ripping

Literary usage of Ripoffs

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1. Adventure Guide to Provence and the Cote D'Azur by Ferne Arfin (2005)
"... all over the world so, unfortunately, there are quite a few ripoffs. Beware of restaurants that seem to offer elaborate menus at prices too good to be ..."

2. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2001)
"Nothing could please Snake Oil Sam more than a brand new medium where he can offer his scams and ripoffs with virtually total impunity. ..."

3. Socialism for Survivalby Allan H. Keith by Allan H. Keith (1992)
"... examples are: insurance companies selling worthless or overlapping policies to the elderly, land fraud schemes, ripoffs by auto repair shops, ..."

4. Drugs, Crime, and the Justice System (1992)
"... these various levels of wholesaling insulate the wholesalers — especially those at the highest tier—from ripoffs and law enforcement penetration. ..."

5. Cocaine & Federal Sentencing Policy by Richard P. Conaboy (1997)
"Additional reasons for the decline in profits include ripoffs, territorial changes, expenditures on or consumption of drugs for personal use, ..."

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