Hoodwink Definition

ho͝odwĭngk
hoodwinked, hoodwinks
verb
hoodwinked, hoodwinks
To blindfold.
Webster's New World
To mislead or confuse by trickery; dupe.
Webster's New World
To conceal.
American Heritage
The definition of hoodwink is to trick or deceive someone.
An example of hoodwink is when you tell a lie to your friend about why you want to borrow his car, saying you need to take a sick aunt to the hospital when you really want to go on a date.
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(archaic) To cover the eyes with a hood; to blindfold.

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