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
Example sentences from the Web for flimflam
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
As long as there is plenty of flimflam to distract the viewer.Toy Shop|Henry Maxwell Dempsey
A flimflam offer by a theologian of inchoate title to improved real estate in the Sky for real estate, rentals and cash on Earth.The Roycroft Dictionary|Elbert Hubbard
British Dictionary definitions for flimflam
- nonsense; foolishness
- (as modifier)flimflam arguments