Definition of Hoodwinkers

1. Noun. (plural of hoodwinker) ¹



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Definition of Hoodwinkers

1. hoodwinker [n] - See also: hoodwinker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoodwinkers

hoodmold
hoodmolds
hoodmould
hoodoo
hoodooed
hoodooing
hoodooism
hoodooisms
hoodoos
hoodrats
hoods
hoodwink
hoodwinked
hoodwinker
hoodwinkers (current term)
hoodwinking
hoodwinks
hoody
hooey
hooeys
hoof-and-mouth disease
hoof-mark
hoof it
hoof mark
hoofbeat
hoofbeats
hoofbound
hoofed

Literary usage of Hoodwinkers

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1. Selected Readings in Economics by Charles Jesse Bullock (1907)
"... show up as a highly respectable figure compared with the social democratic parasites, hoodwinkers of the people, a majority of idlers and sluggards. ..."

2. Socialism by Robert Flint (1906)
"... show up as a highly respectable figure compared with the Social Democratic parasites, hoodwinkers of the people, a majority of idlers and sluggards. ..."

3. The Impossibility of Social Democracy: Being a Supplement to "The by Albert Schäffle (1892)
"«9 as a highly respectable figure compared with the Social Democratic parasites, hoodwinkers of the people, a majority of idlers and sluggards. ..."

4. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1849)
"... on the most fortunate players at the game of cut-throats, and on clever hoodwinkers who have grovelled their way up through duplicity and chicanery. ..."

5. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1849)
"... on the most fortunate players at the game of cut-throats, and on clever hoodwinkers who have grovelled their way up through duplicity and chicanery. ..."

6. Socialism: A Speech Delivered in Faneuil Hall, February 7th, 1903, by by Frederic Jesup Stimson (1903)
"Marx's vampire, " the Capitalist," would show up as a highly respectable figure compared with the Social Democratic parasites, hoodwinkers of the people, ..."

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