Origin of shyster
Related formsshy·ster·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for shyster
On her application for asylum she listened to shyster legal counsel.
At each stage we spoke dutifully of the scene and its associations; I sketched, the Shyster spouted poetry and copied epitaphs.
He performs religious duties on Sunday and is a shyster on Monday.Studies in the Epistle of James|A. T. Robertson
Two trifles, indeed, completed though they scarcely changed my conception of the Shyster.