shammer

NOUN
  1. someone shirking their duty by feigning illness or incapacity
  2. a person who makes deceitful pretenses
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How To Use shammer In A Sentence

  • Tell the men, " Turalyon said softly, drawing Lothar'shammer with his other.
  • He's quite right, sir," said Harry Girdwood, "you are inimitable as a shammer. Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks Book Number Fifteen in the Jack Harkaway Series
  • The building will not be permitted to exceed 36 feet in height. shammer at 2:56 PM September 13, 2011 News - chicagotribune.com
  • The sham is often so perfect an image of the reality that even the shammer is deceived. Power Through Repose
  • It was impossible for even the most shameless shammer of sleep to hold out any longer. The Idler Magazine, Vol III. May 1893 An Illustrated Monthly
  • Harry Manx is set to play at the Centrepoint Theatre on Dec. 9 with Michael Kaeshammer! It was beautiful last night… « Mudpuddle
  • 'shammer' will most likely end up where he was a year ago, Hangin 'with his turtle creek buddies and snorting coke. Dallas Observer | Complete Issue
  • Obama is a shammer, and he's got you all bamboozled. Full Text Of Obama's Big Race Speech: A Big Break With Political Precedent
  • He was a good-hearted man at the bottom, however, and as tender as a woman in cases of real suffering; though woe to the malingerer or shammer of illness who incautiously ventured within reach of his caustic tongue! Crown and Anchor Under the Pen'ant
  • A _sham trade_, like hundreds of other sham trades; and the shammer and the shamefuller, because women demean themselves to it. The Other Girls
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