noun, plural bun·cos, verb, bun·coed, bun·co·ing.
noun, plural bun·kos.
verb (used with object), bun·koed, bun·ko·ing.
Origin of bunko
Related Words for buncoinfidelity, betrayal, treason, crook, swindler, hustler, chicanery, scam, trickery, fraud, deception, swindle, deceit, conspiracy, graft, complicity, pretend, delude, mislead, fleece
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Contemporary Examples of bunco
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Historical Examples of bunco
Bunco grinned at this, and observed that it was “time for hims be go sleep.”
The active trapper and Bunco were at their heels in a moment.
You try to bunco me and now you conspire with an imbecile to humble me into the dust.Old Ebenezer
At this point Bunco was interrupted by a shout of “Land ho!”
Dey do us no harm,” said Bunco, grinning, “only chok full ob fun!