- v. present participle of fob.
“Maybe the Greeks and Romans had the right idea in fobbing that responsibility off onto an outside force.”
“Why does Wall Street persist in fobbing off really low-intelligence candidates on us?”
“Today I recieved an email from Entellium, once again fobbing me off.”
“In Divinity of Doubt, Bugliosi rightly points out that the new atheists haven't done more than attack religion while fobbing those attacks off as somehow proving this or that about the existence or lack of existence of God.”
“That's a great theory for fobbing off CDs of music people should be listening to anyway -- so I'm all for it!”
“He'd told me for months that they were fobbing him off and it seems he was right.”
“Search as I might, I can locate no fond memories of my mother serving up a bubbling bowl of the stuff on Sunday evenings, or even fobbing us off with the infamous Kraft version so beloved across the pond.”
“Ruralshire: Dedicated to fobbing off victims of crime.”
“Nominal creator Bob Kane was fobbing off his work to ghost artists and focusing on other projects.”
“Cameron wins, it sounds like Bruins just trying to brush it under the carpet by fobbing it off to another 'inquiry”
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