Which preposition to use with cheated

out Occurrences 59%

" A good many were willing to help since they'd been cheated out of a hanging, and even defrauded of a shot at a thief on the wing.

of Occurrences 57%

In the boudoir, as in the field, her campaigns were superb, but she was cheated of the results.

at Occurrences 34%

She was a devotee of solitaire and invariably cheated at it.

in Occurrences 27%

I hope they won't, for if they did then they might put some one in his place that has some sense, and then the war would come to an end and we should be cheated in a settlement, for the Yankees are sharper than our big-hearted, generous men.

with Occurrences 16%

I am not of your Mind, I love to love upon the square; and that I may be sure not to be cheated with false Ware, I present 'em nothing but my Heart.

into Occurrences 9%

" It must have been a pleasant sight to see these old enemies converted into new and loving friends; and to behold their first meeting after being cheated into mutual liking by the merry artifice of the good-humoured prince.

for Occurrences 4%

So, 'twas well I laid by the rest, my Peace had not been Made under every Rag on't else; and what I was painfully cheating for All this Night, would have been laid out at the Mercers and Lacemans in half an Hour.

by Occurrences 4%

I hope I shall never be deterred from detecting what I think a cheat by the menaces of a ruffian.

on Occurrences 4%

I'm sorry I cheated on my last spelling test.

to Occurrences 4%

Yet I felt like a cheat to-night as I led Sir Harry on to tell me what he did,Sir Harry, who thinks me, as all the rest do, a stanch little Tory, for I have kept my counsel indeed, and no one suspects.

like Occurrences 2%

He was in an agony of apprehension, and when put on, was totally unable to say a word of his Rep. But low as he had fallen, he would not cheat like the rest; he kept his eyes resolutely turned away from the guilty paper, and even refused to repeat the words which were prompted in his ear by the boys on each side.

as Occurrences 2%

Look, he's got a great new net, And when my fighting starts afresh Stouter cord and smaller mesh Won't be cheated as before.

over Occurrences 1%

Your chemical lecturersyou may go downstairs now and ask, if you disbelieve mealways cheat over the indestructibility of matter experimentalways.

than Occurrences 1%

Pike will find him harder to cheat than me, when he takes possession here.

against Occurrences 1%

An action was brought by a cheat against a gentleman who was said to have lost £20,000 on the cast of the dice.

under Occurrences 1%

" "Do you mean you are going on with that chap when he's been caught cheating under your very nose?" "Certainly.

During Occurrences 1%

But by no easy hope do I suffer myself to be cheated During these sorrowful days which promise yet more days of sorrow.

Which preposition to use with  cheated