flimflammed flimflammed


  • (n) a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property


  1. A few years later, he flimflammed an American firm that sought to print banknotes for the Chinese.
  2. Stockman and the supply-side true believers were so bullheaded about putting their whims into practice that they flimflammed the President.
  3. All of Selma, in fact the entire nation, has been flimflammed by the so-called civil rights movement for more than ten weeks.
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