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  • v. Present participle of dupe.

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Examples

  • The episode is a perfect illustration of the basic principle according to which fakes and forgeries generally succeed in duping people at the time they are concocted, but spectacularly fail to persuade later generations, precisely because they addressed a specific, overriding need or hunger.

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  • In other words, the hundreds of millions of our insurance premiums going to lobbyists and the media propoganda machine to defeat health care reform has succeeded in duping nearly half the country so far.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 17, 2010

  • I Hillary succeeds in duping enough white trash voters, then Indiana can be best described by Mickey Kantor.

    Polls: Clinton and Obama each in store for a win?

  • Weiner smiled inappropriately during many interviews, revealing what interrogators refer to as "duping delight" -- a flash of a smile at the unconscious pleasure of "getting away with it."

    Pamela Meyer: Seven Big Lies About Lying

  • No copyright was filed on this title, thus opening it for public domain duping.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • Thus, if the Tiger chief is toying with the idea of duping India once again into supporting his macabre cause, he is living in cloud-cuckoo-land.

    Ministry of Defence - Sri Lanka (MOD)

  • The Marine Stewardship Council has been accused of 'duping' customers.

    Sustainable fish customers 'duped' by Marine Stewardship Council

  • The body which certifies that fish have been caught sustainably has been accused of "duping" consumers by giving its eco-label to fisheries where stocks are tumbling.

    Sustainable fish customers 'duped' by Marine Stewardship Council

  • You do realize that most Americans are more sensitive to political leaders "duping" us because of our last administration, right?

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • I believe that the most important motivation for this destruction of Explorer/Killer roles is a desire to attract the greatest number of casual players (who are far more populous than hardcore gamers, and who use much less bandwidth, and who on average probably cause 'fewer' problems in-game, since the serious 'problems' such as duping often require more specific knowledge (not always, unfortunately)).

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