Antonyms for palming

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Great skill in palming is necessary for their successful use.

Have this in one of your pockets, where it will not get crushed, ready for palming.

The notion then occurred to Rosenbaum of palming off another skull for Haydn's.

This seemed to dispose of the theory that he was palming off illegitimate money.

He had 169been palming himself off on the youngsters as an unfortunate, out of work, and they had been helping him.

In charity for the Frenchman's taste, I have sometimes thought the vender of these little barkers was palming a quiz upon me.

Let us hope, that the catastrophe was not due to any unhandsome attempt at palming off cheap work on "the recording angel."

Of all the fictions which he succeeded in palming off for truths none is more instructive than that admirable ghost, Mrs. Veal.

Palming sometimes refers to secreting money or rings in the hand.

You see at last I'm not a suspicious rascal, however, for I don't suspect you of palming a false grand-daughter upon me.'