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  1. verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
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How To Use hocus-pocus In A Sentence

  • He never offers specifics; it's all hocus-pocus.
  • `You could have approached us without all the hocus-pocus, couldn't you? UNREASONABLE DOUBT
  • ‘Maybe you'd prefer abracadabra hocus-pocus,’ said Madi nastily, and the room was filled with pretty multicoloured sparkles which eventually faded away.
  • I like the simple, durable types that have manual controls - no electronic hocus-pocuses.
  • More evidence of religious hocus-pocus over substance?
  • In Canada, Codan is a farm involved in some Stygian hocus-pocus, breeding genetically altered sheep, and is where I found this delightful picture ... Codan the Barbarian!
  • But everything else in this ‘investigation’ is not much more than editorial hocus-pocus.
  • He was hocus-pocussed into buying an artificial diamond ring.
  • One look at what s on the table, and we're aware of the reasons behind your juvenile hocus-pocus games. INCA GOLD
  • On December 1st, 2009 at 11: 35 am, “Hocus-pocus” – The Taste Makers in the NYer | Dr Vino's wine blog wrote: WSJ: wine-rating system is badly flawed | Dr Vino's wine blog
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