bunco

[ buhng-koh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bunco

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUNCO

Bunco grinned at this, and observed that it was “time for hims be go sleep.”

The active trapper and Bunco were at their heels in a moment.

You try to bunco me and now you conspire with an imbecile to humble me into the dust.

At this point Bunco was interrupted by a shout of “Land ho!”

Dey do us no harm,” said Bunco, grinning, “only chok full ob fun!

They judged by the calibre of the men interested, and branded it a bunco game.

Giovanni had no bad habits, and the bunco man failed to lure him.

If we are truthful with ourselves we acknowledge a share of the bunco game.

Ever see so many tin-horns and bunco people bunched in all your round-ups?

The Bunco Steerer, who is sent to meet the victim at some hotel, fifty to a hundred miles distant from the city.

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