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  • Nobody home, honest to Gawd, he's nothin 'but a nasty little fourflusher.

    A Thousand and One Afternoons in Chicago

  • One showing four cards of a suit (but not holding the fifth needed for a flush) may bluff his way to winning the pot, but if opponents demand that he support his boast he will be exposed as a pretentious fake as the cards are revealed when the issue is forced to a conclusion: in other words, if they call his bluff the fourflusher must put his cards on the table at the showdown.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3

  • He didn't much care for him, he'd always thought of him as a weasel and a fourflusher, but this was long before Marty had met Marisol. "

    The Burglar On The Prowl

  • Taggart's a no good fourflusher, an 'no woman can be anything if she takes up with him. "

    The Boss of the Lazy Y


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