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- n. a person who dupes another
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dupes another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who dupes or deceives; a cheat; a swindler.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
* super duper is a phrase that is tragically under used.
a super duper is the only thing i know of that looks like a money clip
An 'exceeding poor' dupe, Francis Pickering, tells the story, and the duper was a Colonel Worthing.
I have an Amazing lady that is creating me a brand new look for my page and I am so super duper excited about this!
I have been super duper busy the last couple of weeks!
Its super duper HOT but I just saw the weather and its supposed to cool down a little next week.
After dinner we went over to Red Door for a drink but I had to leave early because I had to get up super duper early!
Keep in mind live tweeting the abortion by RU-486 was supposed to normalize the procedure and make all of us feel so super duper comfortable with it.
But ominously, it does spotlight another supposedly super-duper important looming deadline for LLP to get his way, or else Portland won't get "major league" soccer.
As much attention as was paid to Sony and Microsoft's gesture-based motion control reveals at E3, those of you who are super-duper gung-ho about them are in a surprisingly distinct minority.