But I'm not such a come-on as to hand you half a million or so and get a promise in return.
The guy, or the come-on, as the victim was styled in the swindlers argot, when he appeared was handled in various ways.
A small American brig, which was not deemed fit to double the capes, and to come-on a stormy coast, was on sale.
From the lips of the Mud Turtle, who had silently joined the group, came a come-on verdict.
He was also pitching a come-on at Brinker, for he'd seen him with some letters while they were prisoners.
“Not this morning,” returned Wallingford, accepting his rôle of derided “come-on” with smiling fortitude.
With their body-tremors they are giving the "come-on" signal to the workers.
It can't be possible that a seasoned veteran of two years' experience can pick up points from a come-on?
: football bowls baited with $100,000 or so of come-on money
Anything designed to attract or seduce; an enticement: I gave her a big grin, but she knew it was a come-on (1902+)