- v. present participle of bamboozle.
“When bamboozling is the best business plan you know you are in a shady business.”
“He decries the politicians who are "bamboozling" voters with "demagoguery about get-tough approaches that they know don't work.”
“Saeed Ajmal, bowlerThe off-spinner with a bamboozling doosra has been around for a while, but has blossomed under Misbah's astute captaincy.”
“The only thing these executives are talented in is bamboozling everybody into thinking that they have some special talent that is worth lots of money.”
“The result: Legal issues are contributing to the disarray in the housing market, weighing down financial groups with huge provisions for potential losses and bamboozling an investor community already fretting about banks' returns and business models.”
“He bowled brilliantly with the new ball, and once, when I was facing a second one, was bamboozling me.”
“Small groups of rich people, determined to maximize profits, are buying or bamboozling politicians into serving their interests and into ignoring the interests of the vast majority of the population.”
“This conjured a pleasing image of Lennon turning up on the field at White Hart Lane one afternoon wearing a fez and bamboozling opponents by saying: Glass, bottle.”
“Mercifully the 2011 World Cup has lopped off seven days and the stagnant, superfluous round robin but it still needs a spark to ignite, a beautifully crafted Aravinda da Silva knock, a Mushtaq Ahmed googly utterly bamboozling Graeme Hick, Richards stepping to leg and firing Bob Willis over extra cover or even Boycott turning his cap back to front and confounding everyone.”
“The only way in which this woman could even remotely be considered “brilliant” lies in her talent for bamboozling people into thinking she should be taken seriously.”
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