Patsy in a sentence as a noun

Keep in mind: if you don't know who the patsy is, you are the patsy.

It's not just the vehicle, they also got the use of the driver as a patsy.

To compel someone to be a patsy for a different crime.

That's a pretty sweet deal for them, kind of a lame deal for the patsy who is paying and paying.

Nothing is worth being someone else's patsy, nothing.

It goes back considerably further - even Clark was their patsy when it came down to it.

And yes, we're also protecting ourselves from being someone's patsy.

"Let me paraphrase Warren Buffett: if you're playing poker with the big boys and you don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy.

She would merely be a patsy, a useful idiot, taking the fall for a much larger institutional debacle.

If biometrics were the only protection there, the patsy doctors would have very little recourse to defend themselves.

The people who propose these inane conspiracy theories always forget one critical component: why the acquirer was such a willing patsy.

The ISPs want toll roads, and if they get the ability to charge other peering services and content providers to carry their traffic over non-congested pipes, I don't see why they won't get toll roads from some other patsy they buy off later.

Patsy definitions


a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of

See also: chump fool gull mark sucker