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Daemon
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look (someone) off

In sports, especially American football, to mislead an opponent with one's eyes as to one's intentions in a given play. More...

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look (someone) off — In sports, especially American football, to mislead an opponent with one's eyes as to one's intentions in a given play.
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look (someone) off
In a form of deceiving play, it is defined as drawing the opponent's attention by looking in a different direction that was truly intended by the player.

- The government looked the Reformation Act off as a trick to avoid the House detecting their true intention on the Immigration Bill.
- She deceived me by looking off on her interests when actually she was preparing a surprising anniversary feast for me.
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