Definition of hoodwink:
capture, entrance, enchant, pull the wool over someone's eyes, catch, bewitch, beguile, take in, snow, lead by the nose, bluff, put something over on, enamour, juggle, charm, fascinate, have, play false, four-flush, enamor, delude, becharm, betray, double-cross, humbug, take for a ride, lead astray, captivate, cozen, honest, trance, bamboozle.
- "A Girl in Ten Thousand", L. T. Meade.
There were two courses open to her- she might hoodwink Ishmael, bewilder him with words, show herself as grieving, exquisite, far above him, yet in spirit unchangeably his; or she might show him the truth, let him see her as the world- ridden, egotistical creature of flimsy emotions and tangible ambitions that she was.- "Secret Bread", F. Tennyson Jesse.
- "The Passenger from Calais", Arthur Griffiths.