Chiefly Northern &amp; Western U.S. To bamboozle; deceive. (verb-transitive)
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Use "hornswoggle" in a sentence
"But don't forget, boys, when you-all want me to hornswoggle Wall"
"The state's open meetings law was designed to ensure that the public is aware of government action and that lawmakers aren't able to convene in secret and hornswoggle voters."
"Cy was exultant after watching Ed, my club's best player, hornswoggle a good declarer out of a vulnerable game."