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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to fool someone; or the person fooled — especially if tricked into doing something
  • Of course they had made up their own "religion"; they were monsters of superstition, they were dupes of the kind of hocus-pocus that the television evangelists call "miracles."
    p. 546.7

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