Synonyms of 'impose'
He has deceived and disillusioned us all.
He'll be upset when he finds out how you tricked him.
She claimed that a fraudster had conned her out of her life savings.
The British motorist has been conned by the government.
Some of the offenders duped the psychologists.
Many people are hoodwinked by the so-called beauty industry.
pull the wool over (somebody's) eyes
See impose on someone
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in the sense of con
to swindle or defraudShe claimed that a fraudster had conned her out of her life savings.The British motorist has been conned by the government.
rip off (slang),
take for a ride (informal),
do the dirty on (British, informal),
sell a pup,
pull a fast one on (informal),
in the sense of dupe
to deceive or cheatSome of the offenders duped the psychologists.
in the sense of hoodwink
to trick or deceiveMany people are hoodwinked by the so-called beauty industry.
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