- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bamboozle.
“We worry what will happen to the country we love – yes we love it – if this woman somehow bamboozles enough people into voting for her that she actually becomes president. * shudder* not another one”
“Wide.8 min: A brilliant bit of skill from Zaha, who totally bamboozles Park with a soft-shoe shimmy, gets kicked on the shin and wins Palace a free-kick wide on the left.”
“This Woman is not qualified to serve as Dog-catcher – she is so full of it and speaks only to the gullible righties who she bamboozles into buying her bull ...”
“I wonder if she has a partner with whom she bamboozles perps by playing Good Cop/Incredibly-Stupid Cop.”
“Afridi bamboozles Collingwood on the charge and Akmal can't get to the inside edge that ballooned off the batsman's foot.”
“Below is an interview on NPR this morning in which she reflects criticism calmly, but spins, bamboozles, and hoodwinks everyone in the process.”
“Seems proof-positive to me that the Corporatists have struck on a really good worldwide scheme for rigging elections and dictating world-view thru media that just bamboozles the populace.”
“He lies, bamboozles, double-talks and takes money like the rest of them.”
“Once again the shady Clowncil bamboozles the people.”
“Shareholder value" bamboozles the dullards in Congress.”
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