sucker into

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sucker someone into something

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Sl. to deceive someone into some sort of scam or confidence game; to play someone for a fool. Surely you don't think you can sucker me into doing something as stupid as that, do you? The con artist suckered in an unsuspecting tourist.
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sucker into

v.
To cause someone to do or believe something by deceptive or fraudulent means: The con artist tried to sucker me into revealing my credit card number.
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2 km) summer movements of a tagged southeastern blue sucker in the middle Pearl River, the portion of the river in Mississippi just before it enters Louisiana, and suggested movements of these fish may have been impeded by anthropogenic river modifications.
No study has targeted habitat use, movement patterns, and abundance of southeastern blue sucker in the Louisiana section of the Pearl River.
documented razorback sucker in Lake Powell that were originally stocked into the San Juan River; however, it is unknown how long these fish persisted in the lake.
Additional research is ongoing in both the San Juan and Colorado River arms of Lake Powell to elucidate the positive or negative role this reservoir may play in the recovery of razorback sucker in the Upper Colorado River Basin.
is hoping to have Doggie Poop Sucker in full production and available to the public within the very near future.
Working to recover humpback chub, bonytail, Colorado pikeminnow, and razorback sucker in the Colorado River and its tributaries in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming.
Working to recover Colorado pikeminnow and razorback sucker in the San Juan River and its tributaries in Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.
Use of multiple spawning sites and seasonal movements of razorback sucker in the Green River, Utah.
Population status of the endangered razorback sucker in the middle Green River.
In South Dakota, the Department of Game, Fish and Parks (SDGFP) listed mountain sucker in the State Wildlife Action Plan as a species of greatest conservation need (SDGFP, 2006), and in 2003 the U.
To better inform management decisions, the objective of this study was to document the current distribution of mountain sucker in South Dakota's Black Hills for comparison with historic records.
Geological Survey (USGS) started a program in 1989 to save the razorback sucker in Lake Mohave, a 67-mile (108-kilometer) stretch of the Colorado River straddling the southern tip of Nevada and northwestern Arizona.
The population of razorback sucker in the Green River has probably increased in the last decade due to propagation at the hatchery.