Nouns (8)

tomfool, muggins, saphead, sap, fool
n. a person who lacks good judgment
motley fool, fool, jester
n. a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages

Verbs (13)

put one across, put one over, take in, put on, cod, befool, fool, slang, dupe, gull
v. fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
befool, gull, fool
v. make a fool or dupe of

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Fuzzynyms (37)

n. a female comedian
humourist, humorist
n. someone who acts speaks or writes in an amusing way
n. a playing card that is usually printed with a picture of a jester
n. (Yiddish) a clumsy dolt
pantomimer, mimer, pantomimist, mummer, mime
n. an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression
lampooner, parodist
n. mimics literary or musical style for comic effect
n. a mischievous supernatural being found in the folklore of many primitive people; sometimes distinguished by prodigious biological drives and exaggerated bodily parts
ridiculer, ironist, satirist
n. a humorist who uses ridicule and irony and sarcasm
card, wit, wag
n. a witty amusing person who makes jokes
weisenheimer, smart aleck, wise guy, wisenheimer, wiseacre
n. an upstart who makes conceited, sardonic, insolent comments
mislead, misinform
v. give false or misleading information to
circumvent, beat, outfox, outsmart, overreach, outwit
v. beat through cleverness and wit; "I beat the traffic"; "She outfoxed her competitors"
make believe, pretend, make
v. represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like; "She makes like an actress"
v. cheat somebody out of what is due, especially money
sell short
v. underestimate the real value or ability of; "Don't sell your students short--they are just shy and don't show off their knowledge"

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