|baffle, deceive or outwit||fox|
|a dupe, cheat, deceive, fool, sea bird, seagull, type of sea bird with long wings and webbed feet; sucker, one who is easily deceived, gullible person||gull|
|accept people as paying guests, accept something as real, bring somebody to police station, deceive somebody, give somebody shelter, go and see, include something, make garment narrower, understand something, work on something at home||take in|
|accompany or stay with, agree with, deceive over a long time||string along|
|act of magic, cards from each player in a round, cheat, childish act, cunning deception, deceive; defraud; cheat; practice trickery, deceptive effect of light, made as an imitation for a joke, occasionally symptomatic, of tricks, peculiar habit, perfor...||trick|
|act of winning or overcoming; overthrow; instance of being defeated, loss; failure, annulment, baffle somebody, beat a competitor, beat an enemy, cause failure, losing to an opponent, make something void, overcome, beat; frustrate, win a vote||defeat|
|act with cunning; cheat, deceive, bewilder (Slang)||fox|
|add drug to alcoholic drink, deceive, trick, hoax; drug; intoxicate, dope somebody||hocus|
|adopt a posture, ask, baffle, be pretentious, impersonate, position, stance, present, pretense, stand in a posture; raise, put forth (a question); impersonate; display||pose|
|alter fraudulently, disprove, misrepresent, distort the truth; forge; defraud; lie; deceive||falsify|
|alter to deceive, confection, forge, falsify; cheat; talk nonsense; dodge, evade, type of candy; nonsense, foolishness||fudge|
|ambiguous statement, prevarication, used of ambiguity (especially with intent to deceive); expression having two or more possible meanings, use of ambiguity, wrong logical conclusion||equivocation|
|ambiguous, difficult to interpret, providing ambiguous information or answers (especially with intent to deceive); ambiguous, having two or more possible meanings; questionable, doubtful; uncertain, undecided, raising doubts||equivocal|
|amusing satire, deceive, hoax, parody, mocking imitation; hoax, swindle, mockingly imitate; fool, satirize||spoof|
|ancient Greek philosopher, ancient Greek teacher of philosophy; one who is skilled in devious argumentation, somebody using clever talk to deceive||sophist|
|any of several wild oxen, bison, baffle somebody, confuse, buffalo fish, intimidate somebody, N American bison, see also:bison, type of horned cattle||buffalo|
|ascending steeply; simple and good-natured, blunt but kind in manner, cliff with broad face, deceive players about cards, deceive somebody in minor way, swindle; mislead, feigned confidence, headland, cliff; deceit, deception, pretend to be confident, ...||bluff|
|astonish somebody, baffle, amaze, strike with wonder, confusing muddle, confusing network of paths, labyrinth, confusing network of passages; complex arrangement of paths designed as a puzzle for those who try to penetrate, similar type of puzzle on pa...||maze|
|attach bowsprit, backgammon (game); nonsense (British); smoked ham, bacon, beat somebody at backgammon, deceive somebody, win at backgammon||gammon|
|baffle and confuse, bewilder (Slang)||flummox|
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