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2. Fool definition is - a person lacking in judgment or prudence
3. Fool definition, a silly or stupid person; a person who lacks judgment or sense
4. Fool synonyms, Fool pronunciation, Fool translation, English dictionary definition of Fool
5. One who acts unwisely on a given occasion: I was a Fool to have quit my job
6. 155 synonyms of Fool from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 230 related words, definitions, and antonyms
7. Find 82 ways to say Fool, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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8. As a silly Fool, his mouth got him into trouble
9. Now, as a sensual Fool, his mouth gets him into more trouble
10. “A Fool’s [kecîyl] lips enter into contention, and his mouth calleth for strokes [blows]
11. A Fool’s [kecîyl] mouth is his destruction, …
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13. What does Fool mean? One who is deficient in judgment, sense, or understanding
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15. Synonyms for Fool in Free Thesaurus
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16. 304 synonyms for Fool: simpleton, idiot, mug, berk, charlie, silly, goose, dope, jerk, dummy, ass, clot, plank
17. The difference between an intelligent man and a Fool
18. Proverbs 10:23-25 Doing wrong is fun for a Fool, but living wisely brings pleasure to the sensible
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19. Doing wrong is fun for a Fool, but living wisely brings pleasure to the sensible
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21. Fool (comparative Fooler or more Fool, superlative Foolest or most Fool) Foolish
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22. 2011, Gayle Kaye, Sheriff Takes a Bride That was a Fool thing to do
23. A Fool is a man who believes glory can be found at the tip of a sword instead of on the tip of his tongue
24. Only the Foolish would think that wisdom is something to keep locked in a drawer
25. Question: "What is a Fool according to the book of Proverbs?" Answer: The word Fool appears forty times in the ESV version of Proverbs.The ways of the Fool are often contrasted with the ways of the wise
26. In modern usage a “Fool” can be a “dupe,” an “ignoramus,” or just a “ridiculous person,” but how is a “Fool” defined in Proverbs?
27. The Fool is numbered 0, the number of unlimited potential, and does not actually have a specific place in the sequence of the Tarot cards
28. The Fool can come either at the beginning of the Major Arcana or at the end
29. The Major Arcana is often considered as the Fool’s journey through life and as such, he is ever present and therefore needs no number
30. The Fool in love is exciting and spontaneous but a little bit fickle
31. For those in relationships, The Fool indicates being so in love you can hardly contain your excitement
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34. Examples from the Corpus Fool • What that Fool box might teach us about the world is breathtaking to consider
35. • Look there that old Fool Broom, slipped off to sleep
36. • I tell you, the whole Fool scheme is worth trying, just for the sake of this last part
37. Origin Fool 1 (1200-1300) Old French fol, from Latin follis “ bag for blowing air ”
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38. Many men know a great deal, and are all the greater Fools for it
39. There is no Fool so great a Fool as a knowing Fool.
40. Fool Lyrics: I am just a Fool to keep on chasin' after nothing great / You are just a Fool to keep pretendin' that you're lovin' me / I don't know where I'm supposed to go / Oh oh oh oh oh o-oh
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42. "Aw Fool you know I tasted that honey dip last night." "You can come to the picnick but you better bring some forties Fool."
43. Fool or court jester, a person who entertains with buffoonery and an often caustic wit
44. The Fool is one of the 78 cards in a tarot deck
45. Definition and synonyms of Fool from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
46. This is the British English definition of Fool.View American English definition of Fool.
47. Fool definition: If you call someone a Fool , you are indicating that you think they are not at all Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
48. Aspiring magicians from all over the world perform their best tricks to try and Fool Penn and Teller, the world-famous magician duo
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49. If the two can not guess how the trick was done, the "Fooler" gets to be on their Las Vegas magic show.
50. The following is a partial list of some characteristics of a Fool from the book of Proverbs: a Fool hates knowledge (Proverbs 1:22), takes no pleasure in understanding (Proverbs 18:2), enjoys wicked schemes (Proverbs 10:23), proclaims folly (Proverbs 12:23), spurns a parent’s discipline (Proverbs 15:5), speaks perversity (Proverbs 19:1), is
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54. Browse 17,782 Fool stock photos and images available, or search for stupid or jester to find more great stock photos and pictures
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55. Fool is a bit like what one could expect if the creators of Monty Python, and Black Adder met up with Eddie Izzard and they all got drunk together and decided to rewrite Shakespeare without the iambic pentameter
56. The Fool is a very powerful card in the Tarot deck, usually representing a new beginning and, consequently, an end to something in your old life
57. Here you find a detailed tarot card meaning for the Fool including upright and reversed card meanings.
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58. See: (there's) no Fool like an old Fool (you) could have Fooled me (you) coulda Fooled me a Fool and his money are soon parted a Fool at 40 is a Fool forever a Fool may give a wise man counsel a Fool's errand a Fool's paradise a man who is his own lawyer has a Fool for a client act the Fool act/play the Fool an attorney who represents himself has a Fool
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59. Fool with (someone or something) 1
60. Hey, don't Fool with the thermostat—it needs to stay at 68 degrees
61. Grandpa's still Fooling with that old radio, but I doubt he'll get it to work again
62. Available on Apple Music @ smarturl.it/WINNER444Available on iTunes @ smarturl.it/WINNERFateNumberFor#WINNER #위너 #FATENUMBERFOR #Fool …
63. IS THERE A Fool IN YOUR LIFE? Know that wisdom is thus for your soul; If you find it, then there will be a future, And your hope will not be cut off
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64. Most Fool cards copy the bucolic mountainside scene, the butterfly, and the potential misplaced step that will send The Fool tumbling into the unknown
65. Cavetown's "Fool" from the album LEMON BOY© 2018 CavetowniTunes/Apple Music ~ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/lemon-boy/1331202704Spotify ~ https://open.sp
66. 'Fool me once,' he whispered, 'shame on you.' He pressed the bridge of his nose against mine, his breath burning the back of my throat
67. 'Fool me twice, and I will cut out your fucking throat.” ― Brenna Yovanoff, The Replacement
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In the Tarot, cards like The Magician or The Hermit can often stand for the querent or for someone in the querent's life. The Fool, however, usually stands for the querent, himself.
F. fouler to tread, crush. Cf. 1st Foil. noun Fool. Senses. One destitute of reason, or of the common powers of understanding; an idiot; a natural. A person deficient in intellect; one who acts absurdly, or pursues a course contrary to the dictates of wisdom; one without judgment; a simpleton; a dolt."
Wiktionary(0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: fool to oneself(Verb) To knowingly make a decision or take action that is to one's own disadvantage.
A Fool at 40 is a Fool Forever: A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted. : This idiom means that people who are not careful with their money spend it quickly. A Fool at 40 is a Fool Forever : If someone has not matured by the time they reach forty, they never will. After All : Nevertheless when all things are considered