Thesaurus / dupe

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It was the face of a man who might dupe himself as well as others, and do it with generous enthusiasm and self-trust.
THE DEBTORMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
Their victims being ordinarily so easy to dupe, they do not care to become more expert.
THE SHARPER DETECTED AND EXPOSEDJEAN-EUGNE ROBERT-HOUDIN
Guilty without profit, she saw herself the dupe of an honorable old man, whose respect she had doubtless lost.
THE MARRIAGE CONTRACTHONORE DE BALZAC
I imagine that the only mistake about the whole matter is that I allowed myself to become the dupe of an unprincipled man.
VIRGIE'S INHERITANCEMRS. GEORGIE SHELDON
Because, replied Langoiran, they are loading us with caresses, and I would rather fly like a dog than die like a dupe.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 1HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
Nevertheless, he felt irritated that one of the three superior partners of Heavy Tree Hill should be thought a dupe.
I have not time now to institute proceedings; and if I did, you would figure in court as the dupe of those rascals.
COUSIN PONSHONORE DE BALZAC
But if you have unfortunately been made a dupe of—what remedy?
I assert that M. William Smith is alive; but I must have been the dupe of a horrible abuse of confidence.
Calyste, although I warn you about him, you will be his dupe.
BEATRIXHONORE DE BALZAC

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