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tr.v. be·fooled, be·fool·ing, be·fools
1. To make a fool of.
2. To hoodwink; deceive.
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(tr) to make a fool of
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1. to fool; deceive; dupe.
2. to treat or regard as a fool.
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Past participle: befooled
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|Verb||1.||befool - make a fool or dupe of|
|2.||befool - fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"|
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