- a person or thing that cheats.
- cheaters, Slang.
- eyeglasses; spectacles.
Origin of cheater
Examples from the Web for cheaters
Football fans tolerate anything while baseball fans are looking to go home and be safe—safe from cheaters.Will a Criminal Enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
February 1, 2014
“I wanted to create a site that warned other people about cheaters but that also served as a dating resource,” he says.The Bully Waging War Against Bullies
October 10, 2013
The Federal Reserve this week is rolling out new Benjamins as part of its continuing efforts to stay ahead of cheaters.All About the Benjamins: Here’s the Redesigned $100 Bill
October 7, 2013
No different from those who have open marriages are active swingers or cheaters.I’m a Porn Star, and I Believe in God
September 24, 2013
The test fraud spanned from Romania to Moscow and Alicante, Spain, and the cheaters were from the U.S., Egypt, Japan, and Russia.Sex, Bribes & Rhythmic Gymnastics: The IOC’s Biggest Scandals
September 6, 2013
They shall be Excheckers 55 to me, and Ile be cheaters to them both.The Merry Wives of Windsor
Such inability often caused them to feel and say that their employers were "cheaters."
The grown-up grafters, ten to one, were cheaters at games, and sneaks about work.The Library of Work and Play: Outdoor Work
Mary Rogers Miller
The skin-game artists and shilabers, cheaters, flimflammers, and medicine men flock to these gatherings as flies to a picnic.David Lannarck, Midget
George S. Harney
Now and again he called the cheaters by hard name, but he always paid them their money.Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon
Word Origin and History for cheaters
early 14c., "royal officer in charge of the king's escheats," agent noun from cheat (v.). Meaning "dishonest player" is recorded from 1530s.