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Friday, August 31, 2012

Definitions for gull

  1. To deceive, trick, or cheat.
  2. A person who is easily deceived or cheated; dupe.

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Citations for gull
What new commodities have you brought to gull us with? Sir Walter Scott, The Waverly Novels
People always ended up trying to gull her. It happened sooner or later. Trent hadn't shown any likelihood of trying something like this. A pang of regret at her naivety lodged in her chest. Lorelie Brown, Jazz Baby
Origin of gull
late Middle English
Gull is of uncertain origin, but it may come from the now-obsolete word gull which meant "to guzzle."