Verb(1) conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end
(1) And yet despite the best efforts of America's would-be Ministry of Truthsters to bedazzle and bamboozle the American people, the plain light of reality seems to be shining through.(2) Rather, they want to bamboozle students with enough false and misleading information to make them think that evolution is bad science.(3) Many people in the Dirtball demographic have a remarkable faith in their ability to bamboozle a judge, and always seem stunned when someone with ten times their brainpower doesn't buy it.(4) In other words, they practise seances and use the occult to bamboozle people into believing in ghosts.(5) Why Eucalyptus should be chosen for such a massive shot of backing money continues to bamboozle me.(6) However, parking garages are getting more and more confusing with their pricing structure, hoping to bamboozle their clients.(7) Whatever the reason for the surge of interest in childcare issues, there is little doubt that an overload of advice, however well-meant, can bamboozle parents and lead to contradictions.(8) Don't let this week's quick-thinking, speed talking blarney artists bamboozle you into making decisions or doing anything before you're ready.(9) The coaches only have to teach this guy just enough to bamboozle a few judges, but they can't avoid taking pride in their profession.(10) This enables the authoritarians to bamboozle the people into thinking they are still free.(11) On the other hand, perhaps this surreal verbal tactic was intended to bamboozle our opponents to the extent that we would cuff Germany come Saturday.(12) That's the kind of thing I love to dig into, a classic case of using statistics to bamboozle people.(13) Many proprietors of the bigger, touristy houses try to bamboozle people inside.(14) The result was that a few charismatic, outside-the-box thinkers were able to bamboozle the president into mistaking their roll of the dice for a mature judgment.(15) Casinos are designed to bamboozle you with the sensory overload created by the flashing lights and jingles and the sound of endless coins tumbling down into a metal tray.(16) There's no rhyme or reason to this approach - it's a clumsy attempt to bamboozle us into thinking that there's more to the movie than meets the eye.
1. snow ::
2. lead by the nose ::
3. hoodwink ::
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4. play false ::
Different Formsbamboozle, bamboozled, bamboozles, bamboozling
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