In response to withering media criticism, the Bush folks finally figured out that they had been hoodwinked.
Roseanne Barr thinks America has been “bamboozled and hoodwinked.”
There's this about it, anyhow—if I've really got him hoodwinked, none of the others need worry me!
Surely these fine, independent fellows were not to be hoodwinked by the jingoes!
A hoodwinked female figure balances two swords upon her shoulders.
But Themistocles was not the man to be hoodwinked by the simple cunning of the Spartans.
They had been hoodwinked, and were very much ashamed of themselves.
Their safety required a Governor who could be controlled or hoodwinked by them.
And I was fool enough to believe you, and to be hoodwinked that way.
They must have thought they had hoodwinked me and were probably then rejoicing at their success.