Bunkum

• (n.) Speech-making for the gratification of constituents, or to gain public applause; flattering talk for a selfish purpose; anything said for mere show. • (n.) See Buncombe.
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Bunkum

Bun'kum noun See Buncombe .
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Bunkum

Bunkum is American slang for empty speech made for show without sincerity. Nonsense.
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bunkum

Speech-making for the gratification of constituents, or to gain public applause; flattering talk for a selfish purpose; anything said for mere show. 'All that flourish about right of search was bunkum all that brag about hanging your Canada sheriff was bunkum . . . Slavery speeches are all bunkum.' (Haliburton) To speak for Buncombe, to speak for m...
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