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  • v. Present participle of bunco.


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  • MORAL: When buncoing a Relative always be sure that the Knock-Out

    People You Know

  • I looked at this farmer, the little devices I had in my pocket for buncoing the pushed-back brows seemed as hopeless as trying to shake down the Beef Trust with a mittimus and a parlor rifle.

    The Gentle Grafter

  • After cheating the poor, buncoing the credulous, and 'cornering' his fellows, he will say he is willing to give it back, for he has no further use for it.

    Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason Corner Folks

  • "Hyperbole aside," says I, "do you know of any immediate system of buncoing the community out of a dollar or two except by applying to the

    Strictly business: more stories of the four million

  • [Illustration: "'Can ye do it, gents?' he asks."] "I see that Andy is superimposed with his old hankering for the oral and polyglot system of buncoing.

    The Gentle Grafter


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