verb (used with object), duped, dup·ing.
Origin of dupe1
verb (used with or without object), duped, dup·ing.
Origin of dupe2
Examples from the Web for duping
And this trend of duping and manipulating readers is becoming the unfortunate online news standard.Saving Us From Ourselves: The Anti-Clickbait Movement|Emily Shire|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This proposal, cleverly conceived, but foolishly communicated to me, shewed me that Veronique had not the talent of duping others.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
He fled Palermo after forging theatre tickets and a will, and duping a goldsmith out of sixty pieces of gold.The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin|Harry Houdini
The friars, being deceived themselves, as it appears, had no difficulty in duping others.The Two First Centuries of Florentine History|Pasquale Villari
Word Origin for dupe
1680s, from French dupe "deceived person," from Middle French duppe (early 15c.), thieves' jargon, perhaps from phrase de huppe "of the hoopoe," an extravagantly crested and reputedly stupid bird.
1704, from dupe (n.). Related: Duped; duping.