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Bamboozle   Listen
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Bamboozle  v. t.  (past & past part. bamboozled; pres. part. bamboozling)  To deceive by trickery; to cajole by confusing the senses; to hoax; to mystify; to humbug. (Colloq.) "What oriental tomfoolery is bamboozling you?"






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"Bamboozle" Quotes from Famous Books



... a cloak that had started out to bamboozle the American people with the idea that it was worth $100, but it wouldn't mislead anyone who might be nearer than half a mile. I also discovered, that it had an air about it that would indicate that she wore it while she cooked the pancakes and fried the doughnuts. It hardly ...
— Remarks • Bill Nye



Words linked to "Bamboozle" :   lead by the nose, lead astray, play false, pull the wool over someone's eyes, deceive, hoodwink, betray, snow



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