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April fool one upon whom a trick or practical joke is played on April Fools' Day.
artifice a shrewd or clever trick. [1/2 definitions]
bamboozle (informal) to trick by deceptive claims, flattery, or the like; deceive. [1/2 definitions]
cheat to make the victim of a hoax; trick; fool. [1/11 definitions]
chicanery a trick. [1/2 definitions]
cozen to deceive or trick; swindle.
curve a misleading trick. [1/7 definitions]
deceit a means of misleading, tricking, or cheating; trick; stratagem. [1/3 definitions]
deceive to lead (a person) to believe something that is untrue; mislead; trick; defraud. [1/2 definitions]
deception the means of causing someone to be deceived; trick; lie; fraud. [1/2 definitions]
device a trick or scheme, often for a dishonest, evil, or mischievous purpose. [1/3 definitions]
dirty tricks (sing.) any unethical, unfair, or callously hurtful trick practiced on someone. [1/2 definitions]
dodge a trick or strategy to avoid difficulties or deceive someone. [1/6 definitions]
dupe to fool or trick; mislead. [1/3 definitions]
ensnare to trap, trick, or catch.
entrap to trick into confessing or contradicting oneself. [2/4 definitions]
finagle to cheat, trick, or persuade by deception. [1/3 definitions]
finesse a clever maneuver or trick. [1/3 definitions]
flimflam a swindle, deception, or trick. [1/3 definitions]
gaff a trick; hoax. [2/6 definitions]
gimmick a hidden trick or scheme, often used to deceive. [2/3 definitions]