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A hoax, prank or jest
To cheat, swindle
A fraudster or cheat
A fraud or sham
A type of chewy sweet (candy)

Bah!’ said Scrooge, ‘Humbug!’.

To play a trick on
anything intended or calculated to deceive or mislead
An imposition under fair pretenses; something contrived in order to deceive and mislead; a trick by cajolery; a hoax
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
communication (writen or spoken) intended to deceive trick or deceive
communication (writen or spoken) intended to deceive
To deceive; to impose; to cajole; to hoax
{f} deceive, trick, dupe, hoax
{i} deception, trickery, fraud; imposter, trickster
A spirit of deception; cajolery; trickishness
trick or deceive
disapproval If you describe someone's language or behaviour as humbug, you mean that it is dishonest or insincere. There was all the usual humbug and obligatory compliments from ministers
One who deceives or misleads; a deceitful or trickish fellow; an impostor
pretentious or silly talk or writing
bah humbug
In modern usage, the word humbug is most associated with Ebenezer Scrooge, a character created by Charles Dickens. His famous reference to Christmas, "Bah! Humbug!", declaring Christmas to be a fraud, is commonly used in stage and television versions of A Christmas Carol
past of humbug
present participle of humbug
plural of humbug
third-person singular of humbug