Criticism which is designed merely to advertise the critic serves no good purpose, and savors of charlatanry or something worse.
To presume to do that would be a piece of charlatanry, social quackery of the worst type.
Faust cannot be content with sensuality, with the charlatanry of ambition, nor with riches.
charlatanry of mediums, abusing the credulity of the sitters.
So much by way of clearing Paganini from the charge of charlatanry.
Parliament is an unerring tribunal, and no charlatanry can cheat its searching eye.
There is no merit in shouting: but to speak up for truth and justice is well, to deafen the world with charlatanry is damnable.
Half genius, half charlatan, his genius decayed, and his charlatanry grew to enormous proportions.
Would he make her a mistress or the tool of his charlatanry?
I need only mention the wonders of patent medicines, magnetic cures, Christian Science, and other charlatanry.