flummery

[ fluhm-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF flummery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUMMERY

There isn't one particle of flummery in Crondall's whole body.

And I can dish up a trifle of flummery in here and there conveniently, and—let me see.

Yes; all that flummery about merchant princes and so forth is nonsense.

In my opinion it's the eatables that matter and not flummery decorations.

Let me have the full particulars, and don't try on flummery.'

Flummery has ceased to be a popular preacher these twenty years.

And a young woman who doesn't go in for poetry, and dreaming, and all that kind of flummery.

No flummery, that leaves a man tired and hungry when he leaves the table.

He had here no moral support for his just contempt of Popish flummery.

Their supper always consists of flummery, made of barley-meal.

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