- [literario/literary] embaucador, -dora (m,f), charlatán, -tana (m,f)More example sentences
- Additional evidence indicates that it was a term used among medical mountebanks in Tudor times.
- The word toady comes from ‘toad-eater’: a quack's or mountebank's assistant who would eat, or pretend to eat, a toad so he could be cured by the medicine man.
- There had always been mountebanks and charlatans operating in the public squares, but they now dominated the marketplace.
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