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scabbed

Cheated or duped; ripped off or made the victim of fraud. The car started having issues just a couple days after I bought it, so I started to worry that I might have been scabbed by the guy who sold it to me. My cousin got scabbed in a drug deal gone bad, and now he owes the mob nearly $200,000.
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scabbed

(ˈskæbd)
mod. cheated in a drug deal; having been sold bogus or inferior drugs. Bart got scabbed by a dealer who got arrested the next day.
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31) But it was in the south, Australia Felix', the new heartland of sheep-raising from the late 1830s, where every flock was scabbed at one time or another during the forties'.
The race and drafting-gate allowed a cost-effective mode of drafting-out sheep and the poorest stock, including scabbed sheep, were the first to go.
In the 1840s, clean sheep' were worth at least 2/6d per head more than scabby ones' or even sheep suspected of being scabbed, a premium of some twenty-five per cent.
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