Antonyms for buncoed

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You ought to see the buncoed gentleman's daughter he brought along.

You know the check for $350 that you gave him when he buncoed you on the Madiana?

That is, he jested, unless McRae finds out hes been buncoed and fires me.

To be shamed, to be tricked, deceived, buncoed by the man you are pursuing!

Jim felt that the Government had buncoed him into this comic-opera chorus.

I've been buncoed by a lot of cheap firemen, an' don't count on holdin' my tongue.

He had "buncoed" us and Denniston & Co. in the easiest sort of way.

"That young man is sure to get ahead in the world; he buncoed us both, Deacon," said Quincy.

The one thing I'm sore about is the way she buncoed us into giving up our return tickets to the chorus.

"It's never 'right,' Mac, to allow yourself to be buncoed; and that's what happened to me last fall," retorted Woods.