Definition of Pull a fast one on

1. Verb. Deceive somebody. "We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week"

Exact synonyms: Flim-flam, Fob, Fox, Play A Joke On, Play A Trick On, Play Tricks, Trick
Generic synonyms: Cozen, Deceive, Delude, Lead On
Specialized synonyms: Snooker
Derivative terms: Flimflam, Fox, Trick, Tricker, Trickery, Trickery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pull A Fast One On

pull-back
pull-down
pull-downs
pull-focus
pull-in
pull-ins
pull-off
pull-quote
pull-through
pull-up
pull-ups
pull a
pull a Homer
pull a face
pull a fast one
pull a fast one on (current term)
pull ahead
pull along
pull an all-nighter
pull an oar
pull apart
pull at
pull away
pull back
pull chain
pull down
pull factor
pull factors

Literary usage of Pull a fast one on

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1. Value for Money: The Hong Kong Budgetary Process by Alvin Rabushka (1976)
"If the department believes we are mean or simply routinely cut their requests, this belief can be traced to their trying to pull a fast one on us — asking ..."

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