verb (used with object), hum·bugged, hum·bug·ging.
verb (used without object), hum·bugged, hum·bug·ging.
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Origin of humbug
OTHER WORDS FROM humbughumbugger, noun
Words nearby humbug
Example sentences from the Web for humbug
Only a humbug would complain about this “Alice in Wonderland” like befuddlement.‘Liar’s Dictionary’ a fab, queer tale for lovers of language|Kathi Wolfe|January 29, 2021|Washington Blade
There is, inevitably, a lot of self-serving humbug and a lot of tedious pap.
No one outside Limbaughland or Trumpville, Potemkin villages where no one will vote for Obama anyway, credited the humbug.Robert Shrum on the Vice Presidential Debate: Biden’s Win Was a Big F@$&ing Deal|Robert Shrum|October 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We all bow to the seor, and I wonder if he is really the private secretary, or a private humbug, waiting around to ensnare us.Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 1/2|Ida May Hill Starr
Did the manufacturers of Alleotone feel downcast over the exposure of their humbug?
In brief, Dowds scientific method is nothing more than unscientific humbug.
You will find him in these pages, just the same humbug Wizard as before.
"The Wizard of Oz has always been a humbug," agreed Dorothy.