chambta wrote: Amber Andy wrote:
chambta wrote:Cheating suggests an attempt to gain an advantage.
We were releasing a player from his contract.
Silly, yes. Cheating, no.
If you break the rules that is cheating.
If you don't understand what words mean I suggest you ask for a dictionary for Christmas.
to defraud; swindle:
to deceive; influence by fraud:
to elude; deprive of something expected:
to practice fraud or deceit:
to violate rules or regulations:
to take an examination or test in a dishonest way, as by improper access to answers.
Informal. to be sexually unfaithful (often followed by on):
a person who acts dishonestly, deceives, or defrauds:
a fraud; swindle; deception:[
Law. the fraudulent obtaining of another's property by a pretense or trick.
I would suggest reading definitions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9.MTG
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