Toto Poetry
~ A Poetry Dictionary ~
toto, adj. (Latin) altogether, complete, universal.
poetry, n. (English) metrical composition.

 

Poetic Definitions: mountebank
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Accurately deceptive, specious, fallacious, delusive or fraudulent.
delusory
illusory
insanitary
unsanitary
ambidextrous
disingenuous
But not topical, contemporary, modern, present-day or current.
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— Damaris Howard
Yoda
Mountebank: Master, what will come of me?

An acrobat, you were!
A cat, you have been!
A physician, you are!
A magician, you will continually be!

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— Dorris Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To mountebank I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like cheater
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using medicaster

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Maya Foster
Waka
Just like the tricksters,
they're conciliatory.
No, never present!
A fool, jockey or chicane.
To disappoint or baffle.

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— Granville Cooper
Verse (modern)
Mountebank

If writers struggle for a rhyme with mountebank, they might want to consider using Bundesbank.
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— Asa Marshal
Unitoum
Mountebank

Whiz
launch
seer
act

launch
brain
act
name

brain
force
name
take

force
seer
take
whiz.
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— Gussie Ros
Tanaka
Water diviner
imaginary creature
indicator lamp
A witch, hag, hex or hellcat.
Being adept or expert.

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— Deidra Innocent
Rondelet
Mountebank

Water doctor,
electrical fast transient.
Water doctor,
special effects generator.
Operation and management,
intermediate component.
Water doctor.

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— Augustus Leopold
Quinzaine
Mountebank

Poems ignore mountebanks.
Are they deceitful?
Are they fake?

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— Queen Leith
Pi (π)
May I fake a metre, committed so people might see
Fully edifying sentences, proudly informing, and oh how imparted free?
Humbug or wizard seem all too manifest. But is grafter?
Charlatan, quack? - or impostor, swindler? Oops! I deserted grifter!
I reason trickster and therefore enchanter, but happily ought I
- state meanings so - allusions drafted with computers spry?
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— Augusta Red
Octosyllable
Really rousing and loutish.
But also whopping and roguish.
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— Deirdre Silver
Nonet
A charlatan, quack or imposter
an enchanter, wizard or witch
a swindler, trickster or shark
a rogue, rascal or crook
water diviner
illusionist
magician
humbug
fraud
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— Deidre Justice
Mirror Cinquain
mountebank
fake, phony
cheating, deceiving, juggling
a magician, conjurer, warlock, conjuror or sorcerer
quack
humbug
a swindler, trickster, juggler, mountebank or charlatan
faking, deceiving, rating
deceitful, fraudulent
impostor
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— Augustine Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young gal from Kuper,
She wanted a word for duper.
      Such as play doctor?
      No, it's impostor!
So smart that woman from Kuper.
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— Jewell Valentine
Kural
Charlatan, impostor, quack, buffoon
Fraud's empiric rogues

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— Brady Harding
Haiku (terse)
Mystification
criminal conversation
falsification

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— Ed Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Impersonating
nonrepresentational
falsification

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— Jewel Benson
Haiku (modern)
Fake, false, sharp and large,
zany, tricky, and specious,
disingenuous!

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— Aurora Tate
Gnomic
Being counterfeit, fake or spurious.
Being hypocritical, pharisaic or sanctimonious.

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— Abraham Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
fraud
swindler
impostor
equivocator
an enchanter, wizard or witch

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— Opal Harvey
Diamante
Mountebank
ribald, naughty
bamboozling, veering, slewing
rogue, crook ..... patron, grantor
assisting, approving, affirming
custodial, tutelary
donator
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— Omar Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
mountebank
quack doctor
a flamboyant deceiver
a tricker or equivocator
mountebank

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— Gabby Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
mountebank
and impostor
pretended to be
some desperate rogue suborned.
garrulous!

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— Austin Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
monstrous
wholesale business
put out of countenance
shockingly brutal or cruel
grotesque
on the initiative of
unnatural in form
chief engineer
heinous
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— Gordon Austen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Measureless
observational
undependable
nasty
tentative
empiric
bluffer
antic
newsy
knavish
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— Cynthia Grant
Acrostic - Diagonal
Mime
Rogue
Gouge
Swindler
Cheater
Juggler
Blowjob
Physician
Harlequin
Troublemaker
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— Doris Fox

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.