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synonyms for spoofed

  • banter
  • chaff
  • deride
  • flout
  • fool
  • fun
  • gibe
  • gird
  • jeer
  • jive
  • jolly
  • josh
  • kid
  • mock
  • needle
  • quip
  • rag
  • razz
  • rib
  • roast
  • scoff
  • sneer
  • spoof
  • tease
  • put on
  • banter
  • quip
  • laugh
  • rag
  • pun
  • revel
  • deride
  • jest
  • wisecrack
  • rib
  • sport
  • jape
  • josh
  • jolly
  • frolic
  • mock
  • fool
  • play
  • roast
  • taunt
  • needle
  • spoof
  • chaff
  • ridicule
  • trick
  • deceive
  • fun
  • gambol
  • horse around
  • kid around
  • put on
  • jive
  • make merry
  • play the clown
  • play tricks
  • poke fun
  • pull one's leg
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antonyms for spoofed

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  • commend
  • compliment
  • flatter
  • praise
  • flatter
  • praise
  • compliment
  • stay
  • come
  • arrive
    • support
    • help
    • protect
    • assist
    • aid
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    How to use spoofed in a sentence

    In a weird way, we were all on the same side, and Mom and Dad and all those people we'd spoofed were on the other side.
    LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
    How soon the Bosches found out how they'd been spoofed, I don't know.
    EVERYMAN'S LANDC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
    Well, Jenny, according to her own version, spoofed Mrs. Mordaunt and your Violet in great shape.
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