People who intentionally hurt children for attention can be accused of munchausen Syndrome by Proxy.
It is well to bear in mind that the author of munchausen was what was known in his day as a mining adventurer.
From that moment Blenkinthrope was tacitly accepted as the munchausen of the party.
Humor alone could accomplish munchausen's feat, and draw itself by its own hair out of the morass.
A charming store of wit and humor of the munchausen variety is to be found in the Bible.
Mr. munchausen paused long enough to let the lesson sink in and then he resumed.
Is there not the Megatherium for the literary, and the munchausen for the travelled?
Down went Captain munchausen singing inverted psalms, with a whole nest of rockets exploding in his brain.
munchausen took a long breath and for the moment was silent.
Thats true enough, put in Mr. munchausen, resolved after Diavolos whack, to side against him.
in reference to unbelievable stories (1850) is in reference to Baron Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von Münchhausen (1720-1797), German adventurer who served in the Russian army against the Turks; wildly exaggerated exploits attributed to him are told in the 1785 English book "Baron Munchausen, Narrative of his Marvellous Travels," written by Rudolph Erich Raspe (1734-1794). As a syndrome involving feigned dramatic illness, it is attested from 1951.