verb (used with object)
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Origin of bilk
OTHER WORDS FROM bilkbilker, noun
Example sentences from the Web for bilk
The Welfare Queen Josh Levin, Slate In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government.
No major right-wing media figures ever speak out against the widespread practice of constantly bilking credulous old people.
If convicted of manipulating and bilking Bettencourt, he could face up to three years in prison.
Free bilking, free burgling, and so on, sound no less contradictory.Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln|Charles L. Marson