What is another word for befool?

Pronunciation: [bɪfˈuːl] (IPA)

Befool, also known as beguile or deceive, refers to an action of misleading someone or tricking them into believing something that is untrue. Other synonyms for befool include bamboozle, dupe, hoodwink, mislead, gull, delude, and trick. These words describe a range of deceitful actions, from simply misleading someone with false information, to more elaborate schemes intended to defraud or deceive. Befool can also be used to describe a sense of being confused, as if someone or something has led you astray or caused you to lose your bearings. Overall, befool synonyms convey a sense of deception or trickery, and remind us to always be wary of those who might try to mislead us.

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Usage examples for Befool

They are pursuing unreal objects of desire, which cheat and befool the reason, and turn to ashes when they are won.
"Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius"
Samuel Dill
Still to befool him!
"Yolanda of Cyprus"
Cale Young Rice
The upper classes are out for all they can get, and they befool the poor imbecile working man with all their highfalutin phrases to get it for them at the cost of his blood.
"The Red Planet"
William J. Locke

Famous quotes with Befool

  • A person should not befool oneself rather than others by pretending to not understanding the dubious characters around oneself as the supporter people because the heart knows everything.
    Anuj Somany
  • It's always going to be easier to befool someone who tries often to fool other people than a person who is true to oneself.
    Anuj Somany

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