honeyfuggle

verb hon·ey·fug·gle \ ˈhənēˌfəgəl \
variants: or less commonly honeyfogle \-fōg-\ or honeyfugle \-f(y)üg-\

Definition of honeyfuggle

or -ed/-ing/-s
1 chiefly dialectal
b : to obtain by cheating or deception : finagle 2
2 chiefly dialectal : flatter, cajole, blandish
chiefly dialectal : to ingratiate or seek to ingratiate oneself so as to cheat or deceive

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Origin and Etymology of honeyfuggle

perhaps from 1honey + English dialect fugel to cheat, trick


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