Befool

Be*fool"

(), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Befooled (); p. pr. & vb. n. Befooling.] [OE. befolen; pref. be- + fol fool.] 1. To fool; to delude or lead into error; to infatuate; to deceive.
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This story . . . contrived to befool credulous men.
Fuller.
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2. To cause to behave like a fool; to make foolish. "Some befooling drug." G. Eliot.
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