noun, plural bun·kos.
verb (used with object), bun·koed, bun·ko·ing.
- bunker, archie,
- bunko steerer,
Origin of bunko
Examples from the Web for bunko
He tries to tell me that this minin' business is all a bunko game, and that there's a paper out for the boss.
He cited the operations of bunko swindlers, gamblers and bandits and declared that the city was "wide open."
Say, you give me back my eighteen dollars, or I'll——You'll try your bunko game on me, will you?
There were no burglaries, gambling, picking of pockets, bunko swindling or handbook betting.
Pa says he thinks I was cut out for a bunko steerer, and I may look for that kind of a job.Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa|George W. Peck