verb (used with object), flim·flammed, flim·flam·ming.
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Origin of flimflam
OTHER WORDS FROM flimflamflimflammer, nounflim·flam·mer·y, noun
Words nearby flimflam
How to use flimflam in a sentence
But this new flavor of rhetorical flimflam is still pretty, well, whack.
But that means they would have to dismiss his words as typical political flimflam.Romney’s Secret Signals May Convince Voters He’s Truly Center-Right|Howard Kurtz|April 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I tried my darndest to flimflam the information out of him, but it was no use.The Gray Phantom's Return|Herman Landon
He saw that modern financial ingenuity has found a way to flimflam the devil himself.Yellowstone Nights|Herbert Quick
British Dictionary definitions for flimflam
- nonsense; foolishness
- (as modifier)flimflam arguments