noun, plural bun·cos, verb, bun·coed, bun·co·ing.
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Definition for bunco (2 of 2)
noun, plural bun·kos.
verb (used with object), bun·koed, bun·ko·ing.
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Me mean noting,” said Bunco, still chuckling prodigiously; “but it am most glorus fun for fright de bowld Irishesman.
For instance,—on one occasion, Larry and Bunco were deputed to fish for trout, while our hero and the trapper went after deer.
You try to bunco me and now you conspire with an imbecile to humble me into the dust.Old Ebenezer|Opie Read
To this Larry objected a little at first, but he was finally prevailed on to give in, and Bunco went to work in his own fashion.
To which sentiment Bunco grinned hearty assent, as he unloaded and hobbled the pack-horses.