- n. Plural form of phoney.
“So they started a special section of their website dedicated to exposing "phoneys".”
“Let these phoneys have it and quit pretending this is a democracy”
“The Transbad Saints, on the other hand, are a slick crowd of phoneys led by the posturing, epicene Helmet Al Weaver, who steal a No 1 hit from Keva and head for the States.”
“The people who were in it only know what was happening in their vicinity, but the phoneys, the wannabes have all the details.”
“They hid behind the Lords name and the Lord has let them be exposed for the phoneys they were.”
“Will he call the entire House and Senate Democrats a bunch of liars and phoneys?”
“She thinks the process of politics is full of phoneys, and that she doesn't have to play the game.”
“Bala just pointed me to a TOI article that tells us about our noble Govt moves to cut off phoneys in Net telephony.”
“All people have to do is spot the phoneys and email them to us with their name.”
“Guys who answer Marianne are sanctimonious phoneys.”
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