Spoofed vs Spoofable - What's the difference?

spoofed | spoofable |


As adjectives the difference between spoofed and spoofable

is that spoofed is parodied while spoofable is that can be spoofed.

As a verb spoofed

is (spoof).

spoofed

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Parodied.
  • (of an email) Made to appear to have come from someone other than the real sender.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (spoof)
  • * 2005': Nowhere in “Spamalot” is traditional stage naturalism more brilliantly '''spoofed than when King Arthur and his faithful servant, the well-named Patsy (the excellent Michael McGrath), first ride into view. — ''The New Yorker , 28 March 2005
  • spoofable

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • that can be spoofed