flimflamming flimflamming


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


  1. At his press conference he said she was flimflamming the public to get circulation.
  2. If nothing else, the booklet serves to remind Frenchmen of the flimflammingand foolishness of their civil servants.
  3. For months he has attacked Clinton for taking money from lobbyists, for flimflamming voters on her war votes and for playing race and gender cards when she fell behind.
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