swindle (something) out of (one)

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swindle (something) out of (one)

To steal something from one through deceptive or fraudulent means. That snake in the grass tried swindling nearly $5,000 out of me in bogus fees! I'm sure that we can find a way to swindle those diamonds out of the old lady.
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swindle someone out of something

 and swindle something out of someone
to cheat someone out of something. The crooks tried to swindle her out of her inheritance. The crooks swindled $3,000 out of the old woman.
See also: of, out, swindle
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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