Bamboozled [verb]

Definition of Bamboozled:

fool; cheat

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Sentence/Example of Bamboozled:

To me, pseudoscience is somebody who uses the words of science in a superficial way to bamboozle people who don’t understand the science, which is most of us.

Rather than gatekeepers, we have right-wing mob leaders out to make a buck and gain fame by bamboozling Americans.

Here Waters had to confess herself bamboozled, and Maggie skipped off to bed with a very light heart.

Anthony was under his wife's thumb and Frances had been completely bamboozled by her dearest friend.

He asked Lydia seriously what she should recommend doing, to make good citizens out of bamboozled aliens.

They worked directly under his direction, put forth the musical lures and decoys and the ignorant public was easily bamboozled.

The land was all farmed out on shares, an' his farmers mostly bamboozled him the hull time.

At last she bamboozled him, and sent him on board again quite content.

Mr. Wilson was not so utterly "bamboozled" as Mr. Keynes would have us believe.

They are as plain as a pikestaff—only any man can be bamboozled by the silliest of them.