- a person who makes false or pretentious claims; bluffer.
Origin of fourflusher
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Examples from the Web for four-flusher
But, as I've said before, when it comes to figurin' on what women or horses'll do, I'm a four-flusher.Shorty McCabe
This extra dresser is a four-flusher, for he is trying to appear as something that he is not.Dollars and Sense
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
He'd thought the world of Don Roberts, who had turned out a four-flusher.
Don hadn't ever pretended to be any less of a four-flusher than he was.
And I've got four thousand that belongs to that four-flusher, Square Deal.Square Deal Sanderson
Charles Alden Seltzer
- US and Canadian slang a person who bluffs or attempts to deceive
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Word Origin and History for four-flusher
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