To pull a finch

Definition of To pull a finch

to swindle an ignorant or unsuspecting person.
- Chaucer.
See under Finch.
- Howell.

See also: Finch Pull

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To point the yards
To point well
To poke fun
To poke fun at
To polish off
To poll a jury
To pop off
To pop the question
To post off
To post over
To pray in aid
To preach down
To preach up
To preserve game
To prey on
To prime a pump
To promise one's self
To propose to one's self
To protest a bill
To publish a will
-To pull a finch-
To pull and haul
To pull apart
To pull down
To pull in one's horns
To pull off
To pull through
To pull up
To push down
To push on
To put (someone) through one's paces
To put [one] out of conceit with
To put a case
To put a rod in pickle
To put a spoke in one's wheel
To put a vessel into commission
To put a vessel out of commission
To put about
To put an end to
To put back
To put forth
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