Really," said the Scarecrow, "you ought to be ashamed of yourself for being such a humbug.
You must keep my secret and tell no one I am a humbug.
Even Dorothy had hope that "The Great and Terrible Humbug," as she called him, would find a way to send her back to Kansas, and if he did she was willing to forgive him everything.
Glinda has taught our old Wizard a good many clever things, so he is no longer a humbug
His face was cheery and his eyes twinkling with humor, so Polly and Button-Bright were not at all afraid of the wonderful personage whose fame as a humbug
magician had spread throughout the world.
When Barbicane originally proposed to send a shot to the moon every one looked upon the enterprise as simple and practicable enough-- a mere question of gunnery; but when a person, professing to be a reasonable being, offered to take passage within the projectile, the whole thing became a farce, or, in plainer language a humbug
We must have humbug, we all like humbug, we couldn't get on without humbug.
A little humbug, and a groove, and everything goes on admirably, if you leave it alone.
He was bound to acknowledge that, personally, he entertained the highest regard and esteem for the honourable gentleman; he had merely considered him a humbug
in a Pickwickian point of view.
She is about to direct her first major production, Humbug
at Cardiff's Chapter Arts Centre, and admits she's both "nervous and excited" that something she has always longed to do is finally happening.
8220;Telecom attacks are getting more sophisticated every day,” says Boaz Bechar, VP of Business Development and cofounder at Humbug
Since then all the band's albums have hit the top spot - Favourite Worst Nightmare in 2007, Humbug
in 2009 and Suck It And See this year.