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  • verb Present participle of befool.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun derision of someone or something as foolish or absurd or inconsistent


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Jammu April 21 - Drawing parallel between L.K. Advani and Mufti Mohammad Sayeed in befooling people by false statements, the National Conference President and former Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister, Dr. Farooq Abdullah Tuesday said that the former hides the truth regarding Kandhar incident and the later tell brazen lies regarding Sindh Water Treaty.

    Dr. Farooq draws parallel between Advani and Mufti in making false statements.

  • “If anybody has impression that they will earn recognition through this tactics, they are only befooling themselves”, he said.

    Kashmir Assembly- Snatching of mike from Speaker���s table by Mehbooba widely condemned

  • Gupta said that infact PDP workers are deserting this (PDP) party and joining National Conference because they have became fed-up of the deceitful policy of the PDP which is in a habit of playing different cards in the different regions and befooling people.

    Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) survives on falsehood: NC

  • Accusing PDP of befooling the people of the Jammu and Kashmir with false promises, and said that its leadership was frustrated so is diverting the attention of the masses from their failure during the coalition regime to new pastures.

    Peoples Democratic Party creation of Advani: Shaheen

  • The option was almost final, but some back door channels indicated that World Bank or Washington does not want to withdraw its man at this time and instead have agreed with the option of utilizing the services of Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif to ditch their befooling-the-public-act and deflate any opposition move against Gen. Musharraf.

    Britain, UAE, Saudi and US come to Musharraf's rescue

  • Pakistani leaders have still been befooling the world.

    Terrorists Having Success In Pakistan

  • Moles are of the view that religious parties have already agreed and the resignation of Qazi Hussain Ahmed was just another way of befooling the masses.

    Musharraf still in the line of fire

  • It seems impossible that the US President may not be aware of Al-Qaeda activities in Pakistan, but he has been befooling his countrymen.

    Civil War Brewing in Pakistan

  • Nor indeed can the remembrance of past enjoyments afford them any real contentment at all, but must serve only, with the help of a quick desire, to raise up very much of outrage and stinging pain out of the remains of a feeble and befooling pleasure.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • With this befooling they completed the perversion of a mind which even before was not so strong or sound as it should have been.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans


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