We sell hundreds of dollars' worth of bunkum every day because people ask for it; but I tell you we do it with reluctance.
"The Haunted Bookshop" by Christopher Morley
You float in all this bunkum.
"Tono Bungay" by H. G. Wells
I saw a memorandum of expenses for a ten days trip to Bunkum Town made by a Pittsburg man worth $15,000,000 once.
"The Gentle Grafter" by O. Henry
They save that bunkum for pussy-footing, peace-loving, backward-looking, dollar-worshiping Americans.
"The Pride of Palomar" by Peter B. Kyne
Old Bunkum was the slave whose grave he sat upon.
"The Adventures of My Cousin Smooth" by Timothy Templeton
I should call that bit of eloquence just bunkum.
"A Popular Schoolgirl" by Angela Brazil
Honestly, mind, without any bunkum!
"Flaming June" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
I say, lookye here, Master Carey; I bleeve it's all flam and bunkum.
"King o' the Beach" by George Manville Fenn
Now, I ain't a-goin' to stand no more bunkum.
"The Island Treasure" by John Conroy Hutcheson
To be infused, even by bunkum and banter, with the idea of killing, is a sad overthrow of sane balance.
"Desert Dust" by Edwin L. Sabin
You forget I've heard you translating bunkum up on the circus-ground.
"The Prisoner" by Alice Brown
It's all bunkum, this talk about their 'innate purity.
"Changing Winds" by St. John G. Ervine
It must not be supposed, however, that this was all bunkum to Mr. Spokesly.
"Command" by William McFee
As Senator Byles says, 'Bunkum won't make pie-crust, though it 'll serve to butter a man up.
"One Of Them" by Charles James Lever
No, my boy, it's all bunkum.
"Years of Plenty" by Ivor Brown
The story about the sudden wealth is all bunkum, in one sense.
"A Mysterious Disappearance" by Gordon Holmes
Obadiah Bunkum sold hiz hameltonian pup Jerry, last week, tew Richards, the jews harp solo, for 50 thousand dollars, reserving the collar.
"The Complete Works of Josh Billings" by Henry W. Shaw
Oh, but it was bunkum!
"Julia Ward Howe" by Laura E. Richards
How sweetly doth bunkum commend itself!
"Garden-Craft Old and New" by John D. Sedding
Could unreality, bunkum, call it what you will, go further than that?
"Voices in the Night" by Flora Annie Steel