Definition of Flimflammers

1. Noun. (plural of flimflammer) ¹



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Definition of Flimflammers

1. flimflammer [n] - See also: flimflammer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Flimflammers

flightless bird
flightlessly
flightlessness
flightpath
flightpaths
flights
flightseeing
flightworthy
flighty
flim
flim-flam
flimflam
flimflammed
flimflammer
flimflammeries
flimflammers (current term)
flimflammery
flimflamming
flimflams
flimp
flimped
flimping
flimps
flims
flimsier
flimsies
flimsiest
flimsily
flimsiness
flimsinesses

Literary usage of Flimflammers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Highways and Byways of the Pacific Coast by Clifton Johnson (1908)
"But the people in this country are what you call flimflammers, or, in other words, four-flushers. They lay off that hardpan desert into fruit ranches and ..."

2. The American Negro as a Dependent, Defective and Delinquent by Charles Harvey McCord (1914)
"A large proportion of drunks and disorderlies, of flimflammers, "blind tigers," burglars, and hold-up men come from this class. Monroe N. Work states that ..."

3. The Treasure Train by Arthur Benjamin Reeve (1917)
"New York, I knew, was full of high-class international crooks and flimflammers who had flocked there because the great field of their operations in Europe ..."

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