[leg-poo l] /ˈlɛgˌpʊl/

an amusing hoax, practical joke, or the like:
The entire story was a hilarious leg-pull.
(Brit, informal) a practical joke or mild deception


The act of deceiving or fooling someone; put-on: the wisecrack and the gag, the leg pull and the hotfoot (1915+)


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