palm off


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to offer or put into circulation (an inferior or spurious item)

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I am being targeted because of the arms lobby which started feeling that they cannot bribe people and palm off equipment that is not worth it.
Whatever tale is used to palm off a researcher with a questionnaire, anyone who takes a drink would be wise to realistically assess the amount they drink and consider what impact it has on their health.
I have tried to palm off my old clothes to charity shops - and been rebuffed.
One fire, a bout of disease, or a prolonged drought, could effectively wipe the palm off the Egyptian species list.
This wise move was taken so that no third party could attack the fishermen and palm off the blame to Sri Lanka Navy.
She was reacting to media reports that suggested the ministry may try and palm off "large quantities" of expired drugs.
30pm but was sent back downstairs with the bloke on the door giving me his best Carpenters palm off, "We've only just begun.
Allen tries to palm off second-rate Noel Coward dialogue, perhaps in the hopes we'll forget that once it was Allen's dialogue that people were quoting.
It would be instructive to hear Dr Gregory's thoughts on such a vital matter, but the England & Wales Cricket Board's spin doctors seem inordinately keen that he stays in the shadows, while they palm off the public with anodyne statements that carefully avoid responsibility.