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fob vb.: to cheat, deceive, delude 1H4 I. ii. 68, Oth. IV. ii. 197 (see FOP); “ off,” (1) put off deceitfully 2H4 II. i. 39 (old edd. “fub”); (2) set aside by a trick Cor. I. i. 99 “to fob off our disgrace with a tale.”
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