He let out a roar an' got wild with his hands, like them four-flush fellers do who wants to look real bad.
It means a four-flush, said Jack, who was liberal in definitions.
An' I've no use fer these four-flush cowboys thet 're always lookin' fer trouble an' talkin' gun-play.
Playing a four-flush gives a man control of his face and voice.
I want Riggs shown up as the coward, braggart, four-flush that he is.
An' don't you always want to meet a real man, not a four-flush?
Duty calls and finds most men holding nothing but a four-flush.
"If Riggs follows me and tries any of his four-flush desperado games he'll have his hands full," said Bo, grimly.
And I know the West well enough now to be sure that four-flush doesn't belong here and can't last here.
Besides, he was no more of a "four-flush" financier than most of the automobile contingent, at that.
: Four-flushing hustlers who really knew how to gamble
[1896+; fr a poker player's attempt to bluff when he has four cards of one suit showing and one of another suit not showing]