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- n. A swindler; a con artist.
Smith first distinguished himself as an affable and talented charismatic flimflammer who began his mystical journey in black magic and crystal gazing artifice handed down from his dad; this early introduction into shamanism was enhanced by neighbor girl, Sally Chase, whose own magical rock, when dropped in a hat, led Smith to a buried “peep stone” providing him with special powers of divination.
It just so happens that our own Eliot Brown sat down with the accused flimflammer in an interview published today.
Monahaka don't want to go to trial because he knows I'll show him up for the Oriental flimflammer that he is.
After all, just because you've got the spare bedroom ready doesn't mean you have to open the door to some greasy flimflammer who happens to know your cousin.
University in Chicago, has been called a political gadfly, an urbanologist, a "nice guy," a political operative, a "man of great enthusiasm," a flimflammer, an influence peddler, an
… Carrey's chameleonlike gyrations and falsifications as a flimflammer are deliciously funny.
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