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The wandering vagabond considers him the "bunco-man" of the beggars' world, and that is a good name.
TRAMPING WITH TRAMPSJOSIAH FLYNT
The hold-up man—the card-sharp—the bunco-steerer—the get-rich-quick stock-broker fall "easy game" to the detective thus disguised.
TWENTY YEARS A DETECTIVE IN THE WICKEDEST CITY IN THE WORLDCLIFTON R. WOOLDRIDGE
I won't bunco my neighbors an' I ain't goin' to 'low you to do it with any proposition I'm interested in.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
For fraud, exploited by the skillfulest of advertising bunco men, is the basis of the trade.
THE GREAT AMERICAN FRAUDSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
This is one of the greatest bunco games ever practiced upon workingmen.
THE RED CONSPIRACYJOSEPH J. MERETO
They understand their game, which is that of bunco-steering to "exploit" labor on the largest scale the world has ever seen.
THE RED CONSPIRACYJOSEPH J. MERETO
For fraud, exploited by the skillfullest of advertising bunco men, is the basis of the trade.
THE PROFITS OF RELIGION, FIFTH EDITIONUPTON SINCLAIR
They were ready and eager to bite at any sort of bunco game I saw fit to play upon them.
THE BLACK WOLF PACKDAN BEARD
“Yoos a norribable liar, Larry,” answered Bunco with a broad grin.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINSR.M. BALLANTYNE
"Bunco Harry" took up the roll of money and looked at it with almost respect in his smiling eyes.
STRICTLY BUSINESSO. HENRY
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BUNCO

  • bilker
  • bunco
  • cheater
  • clip artist
  • con artist
  • fleecer
  • flimflammer
  • hoser
  • hustler
  • scam artist
  • scammer
  • shark
  • sharpie
  • smoothie
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