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December 7th- Hornswoggle

Hornswoggle

Pronunciation:
HORN-swog-uhl

Definition:
verb: To cheat, hoax, or deceive someone.

Origin:
Unknown

Example:
"Now, however, some special interests are out to hornswoggle residents, and they're stooping low to do it."
Lauren Ritchie; But Doctor, Your Name is on the Mailer; The Orlando Sentinel (Florida); Oct 4, 2006.
Tags: h, unknown etymology, verb
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