Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheatery
Literary usage of Cheatery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Man and Beast Here and Hereafter: Illustrated by More Than Three Hundred by John George Wood (1875)
"As cheatery requires the use of the intellect, it is evident that the most intellectual animals will be the most accomplished cheats. ..."
2. The smuggler: A Tale by George Payne R. James (1845)
"... and by a system which embodies cheatery with robbery—I mean robbery of the revenue with cheatery of the lawful merchant—has been the person to suffer. ..."
3. Talvi's History of the Colonization of America by Talvj (1851)
"But it was cheatery, reckless cheatery, that sowed the seed of this harvest of unholy passions ; perhaps first suggested by the vanity of corrupt children, ..."
4. An Autumn Tour in Spain in the Year 1859 by Richard Roberts (1860)
"... and fragments of booty, compared with the chance offered by inexperienced travellers, not up to the ways of the country. Still cheatery is very HH ..."