The most ridiculous character in Pay Any Price may be Dennis Montgomery, who is described as an inveterate gambler and swindler.
Top Producerby Norb Vonnegut A financial thriller about a Bernie Madoff-like swindler.
We designed and built the incredible swindler Cove Park, which sits at the top of Harlem River Drive.
From the start, we see him as he is: a despot and a swindler, a Dallas blue-blood with FBI ties, fleeing a violent past.
I will turn and face you,” the 71-year swindler in a Savile Row-tailored charcoal-gray suit said flatly: “I am sorry.
The play-ground bully, the swindler of the corn exchange, who is the more virtuous?
Madison gave him $50,000, and the swindler embarked for France.
With that swindler, that prince of rascals, Misha, with his fool's face?
"He is a liar and a blackguard, and I believe him to be a swindler," said Sir Harry.
Because I had made some three hundred francs of debts, I was deemed a swindler!
1774, from German Schwindler "giddy person, extravagant speculator, cheat," from schwindeln "to be giddy, act extravagantly, swindle," from Old High German swintilon "be giddy," frequentative form of swintan "to languish, disappear;" cognate with Old English swindan, and probably with swima "dizziness." Said to have been introduced in London by German Jews c.1762.