Prepositions after "fool"

"fool by" or "fool into"?

In 68% of cases "fool by" is used

Often doctors are fooled by them.

I'd not at all fooled by the result.

You aren't fooled by bad conditions.

They in turn were fooled by a rogue advertiser (the people who run the antivirus 360 scam).

Article Excerpt BY MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN Don't be fooled by the headline unemployment number of 8.

We were also warned not to be fooled by cheap imitations of the famous Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee.

You should thank your Lord for these blessings and do not be fooled by all this wealth and do not forget the day of Judgment.

Don't be fooled by them! I've had several of these over the last few weeks -- usually the Windows Technical Centre or similar.

Don't be fooled by the exterior, the actual restaurant is on the first floor, immediately behind this door is a flight of steps.

Young people are not fooled by Rudd's spin and mesmorised by his ability to sidestep a question by talking in rhetorical answers.

In 22% of cases "fool into" is used

Do not be fooled into discounting these tips as too simple.

She drew the attention of the media whom she fooled into reporting her lies.

The conservative catholics are fooled into false obedience so they keep quite.

YES I WAS fooled into thinking this Win7 would run all my 3D GAMES in XPM when hearing about XP mode.

DataCenter edition as a normal OS has greater capacities than this; don't be fooled into thinking Hyper-V can reach those.

We have been fooled into believing that he who is actually dead, is living, thus inaugurating a kind of existential crisis.

Unfortunately, many have been fooled into thinking that being devout and faithful to God is the source of religious fighting.

People out in the sticks are much more polite to diners, and no-one gets fooled into eating at l'Idiot * (they go out of business).

Do not be fooled into thinking the danger is over after a single wave? a tsunami is not a single wave but a series of waves that can vary in size.

In 4% of cases "fool for" is used

We live in a world of created sound, and we are glad to play along with the illusion, especially at the movies, allowing ourselves to be fooled for the sake of the narrative.

In 4% of cases "fool with" is used

We have been fooling with mother nature from day 1, these chickens wouldn't even exist in their current form if it weren't for the fact that we have genetically modified them (i.

In 2% of cases "fool about" is used

In the parallel scene in which Benedick is fooled about Beatrice's love for him, Benedick dodges around the set, finally appearing at the very highest level, invisible to part of the audience.

In 1% of cases "fool on" is used

I've been fooled on Twitter by fake posts before, too.