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Verb: befool  bi'fool
Usage: archaic
  1. Make a fool or dupe of
    - fool, gull
     
  2. Fool or hoax
    "The immigrant was befooled because he trusted everyone";
    - gull, dupe, slang [archaic, informal], cod [Brit, informal], fool, put on, take in, put one over [informal], put one across [informal]

Derived forms: befooled, befooling, befools

Type of: betray, cozen [literary], deceive, delude, lead astray, lead on