verb (used with object)
OTHER WORDS FROM hoodwinkhood·wink·a·ble, adjectivehood·wink·er, nounun·hood·winked, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for hoodwinked
Roseanne Barr thinks America has been “bamboozled and hoodwinked.”Roseanne Barr: Why You Should Vote for Me for President|Abigail Pesta|August 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In response to withering media criticism, the Bush folks finally figured out that they had been hoodwinked.
It may, however, be doubted whether Miss Cassewary was hoodwinked by this little story.The Duke's Children|Anthony Trollope
Why had he allowed himself to be duped and hoodwinked by his elders and by his own shyness, into chastity?Prisoners|Mary Cholmondeley
She realized at once that she had been hoodwinked, and appealed to Lessard.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
I am glad that they see their blindness now—but why this sentimental friendliness for those who hoodwinked them?
But Themistocles was not the man to be hoodwinked by the simple cunning of the Spartans.Stories from Thucydides|H. L. Havell