hoodwink : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v influence by slyness
- v conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end
- Among other things, the show will feature Randi's demonstration of the cold-reading technique used by magicians to entertain and mediums to hoodwink an unsuspecting public.
- She and her husband steal conservative memes and tropes to hoodwink the masses.
- Don't let them hoodwink you.
News & Articles
- How the Syrian Electronic Army hacked The New York Times and Twitter
Yesterday, a hacker group -- most likely the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) -- managed to redirect The New York Times, Twitter, and Huffington Post websites to alternate, defaced websites. These websites were down for hours, and in some cases are still down more than 24 hours later. How did a single hacker group manage to hoodwink dozens of network admins and security specialists, and run rings ...
Aug. 28, 2013 - ExtremeTech
- Barack Obama in AFP
John McCain likes to talk about Joe the Plumber, but he's in cahoots with Joe the CEO,Obama said, 13 days before election day. "Don't be fooled, don't let them hoodwink you, if you make less than a quarter million of a year, which includes...
- Mahinda Rajapakse in Reuters India
The ceasefire agreement exists only on paper. Obviously we can see that there is no ceasefire. It has become a joke,Rajapaksa said. "I think the most sensible thing is that we must end this ceasefire agreement ...... Why should we hoodwink...
- Michael Jacobson in United Press International
The FDA should start enforcing its own rules, instead of letting companies hoodwink shoppers with a myriad of misleading and downright inaccurate claims on labels, ads and Web sites,said Jacobson.