What is the opposite of cheat?

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Noun
Opposite of a fraud or deception
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Opposite of one who carries out a theft
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Opposite of someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity
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Opposite of a person who swindles, cheats or defrauds
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Opposite of one who double-crosses
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Opposite of or purloins the words, writings, or ideas of another, and passes them off as his or her own, thus engaging in plagiarism
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Opposite of a dishonest or careless person in business, especially an unqualified one
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Opposite of one who steals someone's spouse
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Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
“Everyone mobbed Donnie because to them, he was a hero for preventing what they saw as a useless prelude to an unnecessary gang war with the powerful Barbary Coast.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who spreads untruths
“She is an honest person who tells it as it is.”
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Opposite of a snake
Verb
Opposite of to gain an advantage over or deprive of something by using unfair or deceitful methods
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Opposite of to avoid (something undesirable) by luck or skill
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Opposite of to fail to fulfil the hopes or expectations of
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(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
“Well, it was pretty trying, but Davies strove to explain and to undeceive.”
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Opposite of charge too much
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Opposite of to betray someone that has one's trust
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Opposite of to trick or cause to believe what is untrue
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Opposite of to escape or avoid narrowly
“We will get stuck amongst the dense crowd of people when it starts to get busy.”
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Opposite of to avoid or circumvent (a rule, obstacle or problem)
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Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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(rare, usually used in simple past form "had") Opposite of to trick or deceive
“You should undeceive your mom by telling her what we were really up to last night.”
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Opposite of to do an injustice to
“The virtuous thing to do is to right your wrongs.”
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Opposite of to swindle someone by not paying a debt, especially a gambling debt
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Opposite of to give someone the wrong information or idea
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Opposite of to cheat, deceive or defraud someone for personal gain
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Opposite of to exploit someone for one's own benefit, especially in an underhanded way
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Opposite of to succeed in avoiding or eluding someone or something dangerous or unpleasant
“People with diabetes are two times more likely to suffer a heart attack than those without it.”
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Opposite of to derive or extract something from someone, especially underhandedly
“Nick says he will donate two hundred dollars per ace this summer to help the victims of the country's bush fire crisis.”
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Opposite of to catch in a snare or trap
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Opposite of to steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with, especially from one's employer
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Opposite of to commit an offense, especially spiritually or morally
“King Thunderbolt, seeing all this contusion, decided to make everyone behave and to have some order at last in this chaos.”
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