unfool

unfool

(ʌnˈfuːl)
vb (tr)
to undeceive
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To do this, he is always seeing double, two pictures at once in his frame, his and the world's, a fact that he constantly comprehends; and he works best in a state of constant and subtle and unfooled reference between the two.
courts (and parties) unfooled by jurisdiction's claims of
Her style moves easily from the high lyricism of wonder and delight to the unfooled coolness of irony and skepticism." BRIGITE FRASE