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Definition of Flimflammer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Flimflammer
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1. True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office by Arthur Cheney Train (1908)
"The tip went abroad that the city was "good graft" for everybody, and in the train of the "wire- tappers" thronged the "flimflammer," "confidence man," ..."
2. The Practical Politician: A Digest of Ready Information as to the by Scipio Africanus Kenner (1892)
"flimflammer. A juggler with ballots; one who changes votes by clever manipulation. Floor. One who is addressing the chair by right has the floor. ..."