U42

When somebody pretends to be poor but you know he’s not, you say he’s ________.

NR 27
BLUFFING 5
FAKING 5
PLAYING POOR-MOUTH 4
PUTTING ON 4
PRETENDER 3
PRETENDING 3
MISER 2
POOR-MOUTHING 2
BEATING HIS WAY 1
BEGGING 1
CAMOUFLAGES 1
CHEATER 1
CHISELING HIS WAY 1
CLOSE 1
DISHONEST 1
DON’T WANT THE WORLD TO KNOW WHAT HE’S GOT 1
FAKE 1
FAKER 1
FIBBING 1
FOOLING INCOME TAX MAN 1
HE HAS A POOR-MOUTH 1
LETS ON LIKE HE’S POOR 1
LYING 1
MAKE BELIEVE 1
MAKING A POOR-MOUTH 1
MAKING BELIEVE 1
MAKING OUT 1
MISREPRESENTING 1
NUT 1
OLD MISER 1
PENNY-PINCHING OLD MISER 1
PULLING A POOR-MOUTH 1
PUTTING ON A SHOW 1
PUTTING UP A POOR-MOUTH 1
PUTTING UP THE POOR-MOUTH 1
REGULAR OLD MISER 1
RUNNING A BLUFF 1
SPOOFING 1
STINGY 1
TALKING POOR-MOUTH 1
TATTLETALE 1
TIGHT-MOUTH CONSERVATIVE 1
TIGHTWAD 1
TRYING TO FOOL SOMEBODY 1
TWO-TIMING 1

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