Definition of Buncoing

1. Verb. (present participle of bunco) ¹



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Definition of Buncoing

1. bunco [v] - See also: bunco

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buncoing

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

Literary usage of Buncoing

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1. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"CHAPTER SII THE buncoing OP THE STOCKHOLDERS OF UTAH THIS was veritably a period of financial delirium in Boston. No one talked or thought of aught but ..."

2. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"CHAPTER XII THE buncoing OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF UTAH THIS was veritably a period of financial delirium in Boston. No one talked or thought of aught but ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1895)
"The whole process, in my opinion, may be classed with the electrical refining methods so successfully employed a few years ago in scientific buncoing. ..."

4. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1915)
"If you pursue the accusation, he points to a printed sign, "Nobody Home," and blandly goes on buncoing the crowd. Not so large as Mrs. Payson, ..."

5. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"In business such conduct is called buncoing; in law, pettifogging; and in plain every-day English, lying. Contempt! Why, for years the courts of this county ..."

6. Forty Years an Advertising Agent, 1865-1905 by George Presbury Rowell (1906)
"... lying concerning circulation was regarded as a venial sin, and the buncoing of the succulent advertiser caused apparently no twinge of conscience. ..."

7. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1898)
"Is nature buncoing petroleum-seekers by hanging out a Will-o'-the-Wisp signal where there is " little treasure in her coffers?" The failures at Slippery ..."

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