Definition of 'fobbed'
Example sentences containing 'fobbed'
Some of them came seeking shelter, however temporary; others hoped to be fobbed off with medication - free pills, if they could get them.NIGHT SISTERS
She had been put on hold, she had been transferred, she had been forgotten or fobbed off.THE SCAR
Richard's colleagues sometimes made mild passes when they had had too much to drink but she always fobbed them off.THE IMAGE OF LAURA
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