Thesaurus / hoodwinking

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He did, in fact, succeed in hoodwinking some rich men of Smyrna.

Children rarely deceive themselves, but they are expert at the game of hoodwinking and concealment.

Post-ImpressionsSimeon Strunsky

The only inference we can quite confidently draw is that he was hoodwinking them, though nothing definite seems to have resulted.

Ten Tudor StatesmenArthur D. Innes

But the old woman was painfully shrewd, and there was no hoodwinking her.

Jan of the WindmillJuliana Horatia Ewing

There was but one more day of "home life" before resuming the hoodwinking of the mentally excited historian of Thibet.

A Fascinating TraitorRichard Henry Savage

Harding looked shrewd and businesslike; there was little possibility of hoodwinking such a man.

Harding of AllenwoodHarold Bindloss

Did he believe in the Guiana mine, or was he, through all those strenuous years, hoodwinking the world?

Therefore, he knew that a death had taken place, and used a remarkably ingenious method of hoodwinking the authorities.

But go to hoodwinking and imposing on him and instead of a lamb you'll find you've got a rattlesnake at your heels.

Walter and the WirelessSara Ware Bassett

Cardinal Cicognara is hoodwinking the Pope and the whole city of Rome!'

SarrasineHonore de Balzac

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