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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dupe.
“All that happened was that I was again duped into believing their lies.”
“BOOTLEG OPPORTUNITIES: Widely available in duped bootlegs.”
“The usual excuse people give when they realize that they've been duped is to reluctantly admit that they got conned and defend their actions.”
“The duped are the vast majority of U.S. citizens, living in a bubble painted by their own predilections and corporate-owned media.”
“Many Blacks with means have also been duped, which is why they simultaneously fear, hate and attack poor Blacks, who they believe have no "values.”
“And given CIA's recent past history of being "duped" by other Middle East dictators/tyrants, I hope that any excuse given based on Mubarak misleading them, or reneging on a promise is flatly rejected.”
“Likewise, media watchdog FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting) issued an excellent analysis of The New York Times 'coverage and concluded it was "wildly misleading" and that the paper had been "duped".”
“Sustainable fish customers 'duped' by Marine Stewardship Council”
“Sustainable fish customers 'duped' by Marine Stewardship Council | Environment | guardian.co.uk”
“How the alleged "duped" investors were actually just two huge savvy institutions who wanted to make the bet they did.”
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