Definition of “foolery” - English Dictionary

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“foolery” in English

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foolerynoun

uk /ˈfuː.lər.i/ us /ˈfuː.lɚ.i/ old-fashioned

Examples from literature

  • But in my opinion it is foolery, nothing else. 
  • The two old men chuckle at the foolery of the moment. 
  • The woman ceased from her mysterious foolery, and started tip-toeing toward the door. 
  • This is no time for foolery. 
  • We may now drop foolery, and converse like intelligent human beings. 

(Definition of “foolery” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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