Definition of Buncoed

1. Verb. (past of bunco) ¹



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Definition of Buncoed

1. bunco [v] - See also: bunco

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buncoed

bunchflower
bunchier
bunchiest
bunchily
bunchiness
bunching
bunchings
bunchy
buncing
bunco
bunco-steerer
bunco-steerers
bunco game
buncoed (current term)
buncoing
buncombe
buncombes
buncos
bund
bunded
bunder
bunder boat
bunding
bundist
bundists
bundle
bundle-branch block
bundle adjustment

Literary usage of Buncoed

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1. Looters of the Public Domain by Stephen A. Douglas Puter, Horace Stevens (1907)
"Describes some of their crooked transactions in connection with the public domain, and also tells how Ex-Surveyor-General Meldrum refused to be buncoed. ..."

2. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"Let me ask you a question, What do you say it means? " " I say it means," he fairly yelled, " that we have been buncoed—swindled ! ..."

3. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"I say it means," he fairly yelled, " that we have been buncoed—swindled I " " If that is a fact," I said, " you are the best man on earth to tackle such a ..."

4. Equal Pay for Equal Work: The Story of the Struggle for Justice Being Made by Grace Charlotte Strachan (1910)
"Who is being buncoed ? " * How many guesses will it take to explain this ? ' " It will not take many guesses to explain that the City of New York is being ..."

5. Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks: A Novel; a Picture of New by Charles Felton Pidgin (1900)
""That young man is sure to get ahead in the world; he buncoed us both, ... "Waal, I dunno as I know just what you mean by buncoed," said the Deacon, ..."

6. Foolish Finance by Gideon Wurdz (1905)
"... smooth spot, put their foot in it, are promptly stuck, and surrender their pretty little greenbacks with the last expiring buzz of the buncoed. ..."

7. Shoemaker's Best Selections for Readings and Recitations by Jacob W. Shoemaker, R. W. Shoemaker, C. C. Shoemaker (1906)
"It beats me the ways they have of makin' money in the city," muttered Abner, wending his way back to the City Hall. " It costs a feller money to be buncoed, ..."

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