Definition of bunco
: a swindling game or scheme
Examples of bunco in a Sentence
they were experts at that bunco, having fleeced wide-eyed tourists for years
Recent Examples of bunco from the Web
For more than 50 years, Pinewood Country Club was a hub for Slidell community celebrations, civic club banquets, wedding receptions, bunco, bingo, bridge and beyond.
He should get hooked up by a 60-year old bunco cop waiting out his pension in a leaky precinct house.
Members of Anaheim Hills Women’s Club participate in a variety of activities, including golf, bridge and bunco, in addition to monthly luncheons that include a program or special entertainment.
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