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See definition of palming on Dictionary.com
  • as inpass off
  • as inpilfer
  • as insecrete
  • as intouch
  • as inpalpate
  • as infeel
  • as inhold

synonyms for palming

  • eject
  • foist
  • make a pretense of
  • palm
  • palm off
  • send forth
  • work off
  • filch
  • purloin
  • swipe
  • annex
  • appropriate
  • borrow
  • cop
  • crib
  • liberate
  • lift
  • moonlight
  • palm
  • pinch
  • pluck
  • requisition
  • rob
  • scrounge
  • snare
  • snatch
  • take
  • thieve
  • rip off
  • walk off with
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antonyms for palming

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  • keep
  • maintain
  • free
  • give
  • keep
  • offer
  • receive
  • refuse
  • reject
  • return
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    How to use palming in a sentence

    When the left hand is underneath, seem to close it over the ball, really palming it in the right hand.
    MAGICELLIS STANYON
    While all eyes follow the ball in its upward flight you lower the left hand and take the white ball from the profonde, palming it.
    MAGICELLIS STANYON
    The performer now takes the ball, and vanishes it by palming; appearing to pass it through the plate into the hat.
    MAGICELLIS STANYON
    He lost steadily on small bets for half an hour, admiring the skilled palming of the "odds" cubes.
    POLICE YOUR PLANETLESTER DEL REY
    Apparently transfer the ball from the right hand to the left, really palming it.
    MAGICELLIS STANYON
    The notion then occurred to Rosenbaum of palming off another skull for Haydn's.
    HAYDNJ. CUTHBERT HADDEN
    He knew your plan of retrieving that blunder by adopting the child of Edith Curran, and palming him off as your own.
    THE ART OF DISAPPEARINGJOHN TALBOT SMITH
    In Sydney, however, there is less adulteration and palming off of inferior for good articles.
    TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
    Palming a wrench, he was swiftly loosening the main retaining nut on his hip joint.
    THE VELVET GLOVEHARRY HARRISON
    He had deceived not only his intimate friends by palming her off as a fit companion for them, but his mother and sister.
    THE MYSTERY OF MARYGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
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