mandaya, linlangin, dayain, madaya, manlinlang, malinlang, dumaya, luminlang
Verb(1) influence by slyness(2) conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end
(1) I believe it's another attempt to hoodwink the population that they are doing something about crime.(2) Obviously the players in this case have so little respect for the intelligence of the public, that they think that they can hoodwink us, tell us anything that comes to mind, and then gloss over it.(3) What they are really saying is that they will try to hoodwink the public.(4) His principle was simple: to deceive the enemy you must first hoodwink your allies.(5) Critics of fish farming are furious at what they consider to be an attempt to hoodwink the public.(6) Among other things, the show will feature Randi's demonstration of the cold-reading technique used by magicians to entertain and mediums to hoodwink an unsuspecting public.(7) Do not now try to insult me further by attempting to hoodwink me with any further false promises.(8) an attempt to hoodwink the public(9) The privatizers have hoodwinked us into believing that public education, like poverty, is hopeless.(10) But hoodwinking the public on scientific and technological subjects is not difficult.(11) So maybe he himself was hoodwinked into a misguided war.(12) But I have to say that in this instance she emerges with a lot of credit as someone who is prepared to put her money where her mouth is - and is prepared to admit in public that she was hoodwinked .(13) In fact, in the developed countries, there are other bodies which put the claims of the adverts to the test through stringent laboratory tests to ensure customers are not being hoodwinked .(14) Surely there's a better way forward than hoodwinking the public?(15) Once people have experienced a free press, they will never want to be hoodwinked again by papers attempting to cover the government's dirty footprints.(16) Cabinet advice, says Hide, showed the public had been hoodwinked into investing in a project that made billions for a Hollywood studio.
(1) hoodwink :: mandaya
1. deceive ::
2. juggle ::
3. snow ::
Different Formshoodwink, hoodwinked, hoodwinking, hoodwinks
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