sucker (one) in(redirected from suckering in)
sucker (one) in
To con, swindle, or deceive someone. The get-rich-quick guru suckered in tens of thousands of people for nearly $3 million, almost all of which is still unaccounted for by authorities. I can't believe you let that sleazy sales rep suck you in like that—you didn't even want a new television!
See also: sucker
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sucker someone inverb
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