Thesaurus / bilk

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But wouldn't it have been a dirty act to bilk him of his money, all the more as it would have been so easy?

We observe that a new planet has been discovered at Bilk, in Germany.

This gaffer contrived to 'bilk' all the turnpikes in the kingdom.

This could be no other than an incantation, and Bilk stood rooted to the spot, unable to advance or retreat.

Parkhurst BoysTalbot Baines Reed

The whole meeting, in fact, was what is vulgarly called a bilk.

Merry-Garden and Other StoriesSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

You are a high-toned, gentlemanly sort of a bilk, and wouldn't take anything you couldn't lift.

You cannot bilk cabmen nor cheat at cards; there is something in your making forbids that as strongly as an instinct.

New Worlds For OldHerbert George Wells

He's expecting a cablegram—this duffer, this scrub, this bilk!

The American ClaimantMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

In short, Bilk had very few brains, and such as he had he occupied by no means to the best advantage.

Parkhurst BoysTalbot Baines Reed

"I shan't, sir; you only wants to bilk master, and bolt," replied the waiter.

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