Charlatan in a Sentence
Definition of Charlatan
a person who falsely pretends to know or be something in order to deceive people
Use Charlatan in a sentence
The charlatan pretended to be a doctor so he could go into the hospital and steal prescription drugs.
After the charlatan tricked Janet out of her life savings, he became wanted by the police.
The charlatan tried to deceive people into thinking he was a minister collecting donations for the poor.
When the charlatan used the disguise of a police officer to rob senior citizens, real law enforcement agents were enraged.
The charlatan lied when he promised the trustworthy couple he could help them find an affordable home in the city.
According to the newspaper, a charlatan dressed like a nun stole the collection plate right out of the minister’s hands.
Henry is a known charlatan who will lie about his identity to get whatever he wants.
Although Amber had no intention of repaying her loans, she still acted like a charlatan and promised to pay back her lenders.
Simply by wearing a pilot’s uniform, the charlatan convinced everyone that he had the right to be inside the cockpit.
Any charlatan who purposefully cons elderly people out of their money should be sent to prison.
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