hoodwink

[ hood-wingk ]SEE DEFINITION OF hoodwink

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You may find some better place for it--but then you haven't a maid to hoodwink.

They contrived no clever devices to hoodwink our moral nature.

Michael was so observant, so clear-sighted, that it was impossible to hoodwink him.

It is used by abolitionists to hoodwink and deceive the conscience.

Or you want me to wear the blinkers, the better to hoodwink your own eyes.

Could not a girl see it was a shuffle to hoodwink a greenhorn?

It is a marvel to me how you hoodwink Prexie about your work.

Well, what in the world possessed you to hoodwink Mr. French in this manner?

He has not risen early enough in the morning to hoodwink me.

Charles had plenty of spirit, though a baby could hoodwink him.

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