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gaff

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1 a socially improper or unsuitable act or remark
  • You can expect to make some amusing gaffs until you get more familiar with the language.
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gaff

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1 to cause to believe what is untrue
  • a charlatan who gaffed senior citizens into thinking he had a cure for their ills
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do a number on, lead one down the garden path (also lead one up the garden path), pull one's leg, pull the wool over one's eyes

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2 to rob by the use of trickery or threats
  • The operators of the traveling carnival had gaffed the gullible with a variety of time-honored ruses.
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sell a bill of goods to, take for a ride, take to the cleaners



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