Word:

To fob off

to shift off by an artifice; to put aside; to delude with a trick."A conspiracy of bishops could prostrate and fob off the right of the people."
- Milton.

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To flat out
To flatten a sail
To fling about
To fling away
To fling out
To float with the stream
To flush a joints
To fly a kite
To fly about
To fly around
To fly at
To fly in the face of
To fly off
To fly on
To fly open
To fly out
-- To fob off --
To follow suit
To follow the hounds
To follow up
To fool away
To foot a bill
To foot it
To foreclose a mortgage
To foreclose a mortgager
To forestall the market
To forget one's self
To fork over
To form on
To forswear one's self
To freeze up
To freshen ballast
To freshen the hawse
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