Definition of Bunkoing
1. bunko [v] - See also: bunko
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunkoing
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Literary usage of Bunkoing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Life Out of Prison by Donald Lowrie (1915)
"If you'll all do as I'm going to do these so-called criminologists will have to go to work instead of bunkoing the public out of a parasitical living. ..."
2. Woman Suffrage: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of by Mary Edwards Walker, Edward Thomas Taylor, Jane Addams, United States Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary (1912)
"Severe law against all kinds of cheats, swindlers, deceptions, frauds, and bunkoing of the public. Creation of State commission on prison labor. ..."
3. Virginia of the Air Lanes by Herbert Quick (1909)
"Let me finish bunkoing Mr. O'Grady, and start the Aeronef Company. Don't be a clam!" "You know how I feel about those damages—but if I could get the capital ..."