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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Fifteen cents is the price, and many are palmed off on the unwise for the real imported article.
It was not a written law of Ezra which the priests palmed off as the written law of Moses.
The heir that fate had palmed upon him might very well be doomed to go the way so many infants went!
THERE AND BACKGEORGE MACDONALD
He cut a slice of Schnitz-pie and palmed it against the bull's big snout to be snuffled up.
BLIND MAN'S LANTERNALLEN KIM LANG
Only Mr. Narkom, used to the ways of his famous associate, saw that he had "palmed" it into his pocket.
The ball, however, is palmed in the right hand, and immediately taken from the back of the head.
You now find the palmed ball at the left elbow, and really place it with the other three in the left hand.
Here raise the right hand as if to take the ball from the mouth, but really push it back and show the palmed one.
The performer, having palmed the portion missing from the card in the hat, makes an exchange when laying the corner on the table.
The strip of wood is of course "palmed" in the left hand (as described above) in the act of tossing the coins into the right hand.