- from the practice of attempting to pass off four cards of the same suit, and a fifth of perhaps the same color, as a flush in poker (Wiktionary)
“Marshall meanwhile described Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the U.S. supreme commander in the southwest Pacific, as "never any good, always a four-flusher.”
“Maybe you don't know how the creek turned out to be a four-flusher; but the prospects were good at the time, and Dave proceeded to build his cabin and hers.”
“Oh brother/sister, what about Dallas as ground zero to every type of evangelical four-flusher, evangelical tele-crook or the Copelands with matching his-n-her jets?”
“Hillary, being a self-described foreign policy expert, expert economist, dynamic leader, and skilled four-flusher, would probably be chatting on the phone at 3am her first day complaining about the international glass ceiling.”
“In any case, he is not a four-flusher and hustler like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, who also ran for president.”
“Willard half rose and in his distinctive guttural voice yelled, Go on wid the show, you faker, you four-flusher.”
“It is clear to everyone that in de Gaulle the United States is dealing with an ungrateful four-flusher whose hand should have been called years ago," Gordon McLendon of Dallas said on his eight radio stations.”
“Half of a four-flusher—I think I know where they put it.”
“The fancy-colored, freakish paper is nearly always used by the four-flusher in business.”
“If an employe is a sluggard or a four-flusher, he may be sure these things will be found out and he cannot hope for advancement.”
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