Synonyms of take someone in in English:

take someone in


See definition of take someone in

phrase

1‘Mrs Smith took in paying guests’

SYNONYMS
accommodate, board, house, feed, put up, take care of, admit, let in, receive, welcome, take, billet, harbour
ANTONYMS

turn someone away

2‘you were taken in by an elaborate trick’

SYNONYMS
deceive, delude, hoodwink, mislead, trick, dupe, fool, cheat, defraud, swindle, outwit, gull, humbug, bluff, hoax, bamboozle
informal con, bilk, pull the wool over someone's eyes, put one over on
archaic cozen