to humbug his humble neighbors was not difficult
Act like a fraud or sham
Deceptive or false talk or behavior
his comments are sheer humbug
you see what a humbug I am
A hard candy, esp. one flavored with peppermint
baloney: pretentious or silly talk or writing
trick or deceive
communication (written or spoken) intended to deceive
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A hoax, prank or jest; A fraud or sham; A fraudster or cheat; A type of chewy sweet (candy); To play a trick on; To cheat, swindle; nonsense!
nonsense, rubbish; used to express disbelief or disgust; something intended to deceive; a hoax or fraud. This was Ebenezer Scrooge's favorite word in A Christmas Carol.
colloquially, a hoax, imposition, fraud, or sham (1751); used interjectionally to mean "stuff and nonsense" (1825); in slang, to deceive or cheat.
After a tragic accident, the rock group "Singing Insect" became known as the "Humbug".
1. a hard, boiled, peppermint sweet or lolly with decorative stripes. 2. a cheat; deceitful, low person. 3. nonsense; rubbish; drivel; insincere and worthless talk.