Fool Define Oxford. This recipe is foolproof—it works every time. To meddle, tamper, or experiment especially thoughtlessly or ignorantly.
Deceive to make somebody believe something that is not true, especially somebody who trusts you, in. A person whose behaviour suggests a lack of intelligence, common sense, or good judgement; A cold dessert made of pureed fruit mixed or served with cream or custard.
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Showing A Lack Of Intelligence Or Good Judgement Synonym Silly, Stupid, Foolish.
Fool (about/around) stop fooling around and sit down! In order to make him look ridiculous. Look up the meanings of words, abbreviations, phrases, and idioms in our free english dictionary.
1 A Person Who Acts Unwisely Or Imprudently;
This recipe is foolproof—it works every time. Topics health problems c2, life stages c2. A silly person, an idiot;
The Study Tells As That.
A cold dessert made of pureed fruit mixed or served with cream or custard. Just don’t be fooled into investing any money with them. Word origin verb middle english:
Tease, Joke, Jest, Play Tricks, Clown About, Clown Around, Play The Fool.
British informal wind someone up, have someone on, muck someone about, muck someone around. Pretend, make believe, feign, put on an act, act, sham, fake, counterfeit. A person who behaves in a silly way without thinking:
That Fool Husband Of Mine Locked Us Out Of The House.
(now often) a person who acts unwisely or imprudently on a particular occasion (usually predicative and often with dependent clause, as in i. Inwardly he pursued a religious ideal or was enlivened by mystical experience. (of a plan, machine, method, etc.) very well designed and easy to use so that it cannot fail and you cannot use it wrongly synonym infallible.