humbug|humbugs in English

noun

[hum·bug || 'hʌmbʌg]

deception, trickery, fraud; imposter, trickste

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1. Humbug.

2. Well, I say... " Bah Humbug. "

3. Ishmael concludes the stranger is a humbug.

4. 6 Ishmael concludes the stranger is a humbug.

5. 5 It was all so much humbug.

6. This is all humbug and good humor, of course.

7. " Humbug ! " in response to his nephew 's " Merry Christmas ! "

8. 15 Britain's laws on homosexuality are hypocritical humbug.

9. 2 to humbug a person into doing sth.

10. 13 I am going to expose all this humbug.

11. 7 I am tired of being such a humbug.

12. In that way one is sure of accepting no humbug.

13. 18 In that way one is sure of accepting no humbug.

14. Trying to hit a humbug was a waste of effort.

15. 22 The wilder the accusations the easier it is to say humbug.

16. 11 He was a champion against humbug in all its forms.

17. 8 Barnum's original circus was little more than humbug and hype.

18. 16 Trying to hit a humbug was a waste of effort.

19. There was all the usual humbug and obligatory compliments from ministers.

20. The wilder the accusations the easier it is to say humbug.

21. 3 There was all the usual humbug and obligatory compliments from ministers.

22. Yon can only humbug those who are not aware of your tricks.

23. 1 Yon can only humbug those who are not aware of your tricks.

24. 17 Life is all moon shine, a monstrous humbug, a grand suck - in.

25. It is a patchwork of well-tested rules, long-forgotten power struggles, and reactionary humbug.