Hoodwink [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Hoodwink:

Madame de la Baudraye would have to hoodwink her mother, her husband, her maid, and her mother's maid; that is too much to do.

His whole policy in fact was but a miserable attempt to hoodwink the Spanish people.

Nothing, of course, and so the all-important point was to hoodwink the British commander.

The assertion that slavery did not exist in the Transvaal is only made to hoodwink the English public.

It was as though he had detected them in a sort of childs play by which they had hoped to hoodwink him.

"Not if we do not take precautions to hoodwink these people," thought our hero.

He is without real convictions and real courage, and yet manages to hoodwink the public into thinking him a great moral leader.

Oh, the vanity of trying to hoodwink him who knew so well what she was now for the first time realizing!

He hardly knew whether Andy was trying to hoodwink him or not; for the other had something of a reputation as a joker.

He saw that I got a clear view of his failings, and he could not hope to hoodwink me.