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Gull, subst. 1) an unfledged nestling: “that ungentle g., the cuckoo's bird,” H4A V, 1, 60. “Timon will be left a naked g.” Tim. II, 1, 31.
2) a person easily deceived, a dupe, a fool: “yond g. Malvolio is turned heathen,” Tw. III, 2, 73. “a thinfaced knave, a g.” V, 213. “made the most notorious geck and g.” V, 213 “'tis a g., a fool, a rogue,” H5 III, 6, 70. “Clarence I do beweep to many simple --s,” R3 I, 3, 328. “O g.!” Oth. V, 2, 163.
3) an imposition, a trick: “I should think this a g.” Ado II, 3, 123.
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