You served me well enough, but you were easily hoodwinked
, and our connection is at an end.
"I told him that what I wanted was his cob, and that it was no use his trying to hoodwink
me by pretending he was one of my sort, because I knew very well that he was not; at which he shrugged again, and slowly dismounted, after offering me his money, of which I took half.
You remember how you escaped them by some ingenious stratagem; then you doubted if they were really deceived, or whether they were only pretending not to know your hiding-place; then you thought of another plan and hoodwinked
them once again.
'You don't understand that what imposes on common folk would never hoodwink
A good housewife is of necessity a humbug; and Cornelia's husband was hoodwinked
, as Potiphar was--only in a different way.
Kitty, a fair but frozen maid, Kindled a flame I yet deplore, The hoodwink
'd boy I called to aid, Though of his near approach afraid, So fatal to my suit before.