Definition of four-flusher in US English:

four-flusher

noun

North American
  • See four flush

    • ‘What Jackson does not mention is that many of Bonnet's contemporaries, French and Soviet, considered him to be a yellow, treasonous, double-talking four-flusher.’
    • ‘Some wealthy people and a lot of four-flushers like to show people how rich they are.’
    • ‘To have this four-flusher, fly-by-nighter talking about a loser is pretty rich, is it not?’
    • ‘The winners, of course, are the four-flushers who sell such foolishness.’
    • ‘Specifically, a four-flusher is someone who pretends to have a flush when he's really one card short.’

Pronunciation

four-flusher

/ˈfôr ˌfləSHər/