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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of April-fool.
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Lest Obama score a few with Steelers voters, Clinton made her own two-pointer when her "bowl-off" challenge to settle the Democratic nomination April-fooled the traveling press for a choice micro-second.
In France, the person who is April-fooled is called _poisson d'Avril_.
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