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Sandbagger

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Noun

1. sandbagger

someone who deceives you about his true nature or intent in order to take advantage of you

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Sandbagger

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noun
1. 
a sack filled with sand used for protection against gunfire, floodwater, etc, or as ballast in a balloon, ship, etc
2. 
a bag filled with sand and used as a weapon
verb -bags, -bagging or -bagged (transitive)
3. 
to protect or strengthen with sandbags
4. 
to hit with or as if with a sandbag
5. finance
to obstruct (an unwelcome takeover bid) by prolonging talks in the hope that an acceptable bidder will come forward

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Sandbagger

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noun
1. 
a bag filled with sand and used for ballast, in military fortifications, for levee protection against floods, etc.
2.  US
a small, narrow bag filled with sand and used as a bludgeon
verb transitiveWord forms: ˈsandˌbagged or ˈsandˌbagging
3. 
to place sandbags in or around
4.  US
to strike or stun with a sandbag
5.  US, Informal
to force into doing something
6.  US, Slang
to deceive (an opponent), as by deliberately playing poorly

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Sandbagger

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n.
A bag filled with sand and used as ballast, in the formation of protective walls, or as a weapon.
v. sand·bagged, sand·bag·ging, sand·bags
v.tr.
1. To put sandbags in or around.
2. To hit with a sandbag.
3. Slang
a. To treat severely or unjustly.
b. To force by crude means; coerce: sandbagged us into cleaning up their mess.
c. To downplay or misrepresent one's ability in a game or activity in order to deceive (someone), especially in gambling: sandbagged the pool player by playing poorly in the first game when stakes were low.
v.intr.
Slang
To downplay or misrepresent one's ability in order to deceive someone, especially in gambling.

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