I have half a mind to tell the world how it has been humbugged!'
That will do all mighty well with the outer world, but I am not to be humbugged.
The reply was: 'I showed Beust your note, and he thinks you have been humbugged.'
Can't be humbugged, and keeps a secret as a steel-trap holds a rat.
What a fool I was to let myself be humbugged by the girl in that way!
I saw chivalry and flags of truce in 1805; they humbugged us and we humbugged them.
The secretary was not "humbugged," nor did Lumley expect he should be.
“That druggist must have humbugged you, Reff,” said Gus Coulter.
IT is a very common remark that Americans love to be humbugged.
I'm not to be humbugged by your cool as a cucumber business.