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Noun(1) a person who lacks good judgment(2) a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of(3) a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages
Verb(1) make a fool or dupe of(2) spend frivolously and unwisely(3) fool or hoax(4) indulge in horseplay
(1) The fool assassin had found out too much, hadn't he?(2) "You can't fool all the people all the time, " declared Lincoln.(3) It's a nice little job on the side; since I'm the picture taking fool might as well put it all together in a good package.(4) Put a microphone in the face of the fool clergy, and they will say something stupid.(5) That's a bad solution when taking out one fool will accomplish the same thing.(6) I wish that fool would just make himself disappear.(7) He's weak, an opportunistic fool for love, and finally pathetic.(8) However, the milk content of this fool makes it rich in calcium, a vital bone-building nutrient, which means that it's quite healthy if eaten in moderation.(9) However transitory the contentment is, one loves to live in a fool 's paradise.(10) You can't fool all the people, not even most of the time.(11) Of course, being the stupid fool macho man that I am, I was trying to do it alone!(12) For dessert, we ordered the rhubarb and strawberry fool , with stem ginger ice cream.(13) Moussaoui may not have a fool for a client, but that decision may prove to be a foolish one.(14) That things had changed I discovered in my usual fool way.(15) ├ö├ç├┐I say we abandon this fool cause, Roux, this is too much├ö├ç├û the man pressed.(16) I hope you didn't let last year's fake new millennium fool you.
1. idiot ::
2. laughingstock ::
3. jester ::
4. fall guy ::
5. sap ::
6. deceive ::
7. pretend ::
8. dupe ::
9. befool ::
10. arse around ::
ass o gwmpas
11. frivol away ::
Different Formsfool, fooled, fooling, fools
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