humbug

[ huhm-buhg ]SEE DEFINITION OF humbug

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Mrs M. is a humbug—not a drop of information can I get for love or money.

The family is in that, as in so many other respects, a humbug.

You'll find out what a humbug he is by and by, Mrs. Bartlett.

You know that is not a humbug; you know He has heard you when you knelt down and prayed.

We must have humbug, we all like humbug, we couldn't get on without humbug.

There is a vast deal of humbug in the use we make of the word humility.

Lincoln, even such as he is, contrives to humbug most of the Congressmen.

All that humbug which has only sent poor folks to rack and ruin!

Hilda would be best described as a jolly girl with no humbug about her.

You don't fancy, do you, that you are the only man with a gift for humbug?

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