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Definition of "charlatanry" [char•la•tan•ry]

  • The state of being a charlatan (noun)
  • The act of a charlatan (noun)

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Use "charlatanry" in a sentence
  • "Gillian McKeith may be a complete fraud, but this kind of charlatanry is everywhere, especially over here in Californialand."
  • "In some ways the ultimate question posed by Fox News, Murdoch's career, and television's current fertile disarray is whether charlatanry is an improvement on humbug."
  • "You believe this, but are you going to show us examples of his "charlatanry" ... wow April 9, 2009 - 12: 37 ET by"