Pull the Wool over Someone's Eyes

What Does "Pull the Wool over Someone's Eyes" Mean?

"Pull the wool over someone's eyes" is an English idiom. It means "to deceive or trick someone by concealing the truth or one's intentions, often with a false appearance of innocence or honesty."

Examples in Sentences

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