Meaning of hucksterism in English:



See huckster

‘So where, exactly, does personal publicity cross the line into outright hucksterism?’
  • ‘There is in this scene incredible creativity, innovation and imagination coupled with sleazy self-promotion, hucksterism, minstrelsy and debasement of the race.’
  • ‘There are some delightful things in the old canalside section of town, but they are nearly lost amid the avalanche of commercial hucksterism that lines almost every inch of the canals.’
  • ‘From the moment Jallel checks into a men's hostel he is schooled in the art of hucksterism and survival by native Frenchmen.’
  • ‘You know, a lot of critics stated that that was simply hucksterism.’