Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who deceives or tricks someone: the former CEO will be remembered as one of the great corporate hoodwinkers
More example sentences
- This is the new world order, the thieves, the hoodwinkers.
- They're all a bunch of hoodwinkers, bamboozlers, grifters and swindlers.
- Too many hoodwinkers resort to sweet-talking and give would-be-wives shady marriage promises.
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