Definition of Spoofed

1. Adjective. Parodied. ¹



2. Adjective. (context: of an email) Made to appear to have come from someone other than the real sender. ¹

3. Verb. (past of spoof) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spoofed

1. spoof [v] - See also: spoof

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoofed

spontaneous intermittent mandatory ventilation
spontaneous mutation
spontaneous osteolysis
spontaneous phagocytosis
spontaneous pneumothorax
spontaneous process
spontaneous recovery
spontaneous transformation
spontaneous version
spontaneously
spontaneousness
spontoon
spontoons
spoofable
spoofed (current term)
spoofer
spooferies
spoofers
spoofery
spoofier
spoofiest
spoofing
spoofings
spoofs
spoofy
spook
spook out
spookdom

Literary usage of Spoofed

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1. Literary Forgeries by James Anson Farrer (1907)
"There is a legend about a novelist who induced a divine to advertise a pious romance of his, and being a light-hearted person, cried, " I have spoofed the ..."

2. Literary Forgeries by James Anson Farrer (1907)
"There is a legend about a novelist who induced a divine to advertise a pious romance of his, and being a light-hearted person, cried, " I have spoofed the ..."

3. Studies in English, Written and Spoken: For the Use of Continental Students by Cornelis Stoffel (1894)
"He thinks it rather hard to be spoofed; — Punch, April 13, 1889 ['Arry on Chivalry]: "[The Modem Young ..."

4. SAS 9.1.3 Open Metadata Interface: User's Guide by SAS Publishing, SAS Institute (2004)
"... constant is spoofed=yes connection=shared spool=no ... constant is spoofed=yes connection=shared spool=no ..."

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