Examples of patsy in a sentence
They treated us like a bunch of patsies.
an Internet newbie who's the perfect patsy for a cyber scam
Origin and Etymology of patsy
perhaps from Italian pazzo fool
First Known Use: 1899
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Definition of patsy for English Language Learners
: a foolish person who is easily tricked or cheated
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