Definition of Foolings

1. fooling [n] - See also: fooling



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foolings

foolhardice
foolhardier
foolhardiest
foolhardihood
foolhardily
foolhardiness
foolhardinesses
foolhardise
foolhardy
foolheartedly
foolhood
foolify
fooling
fooling about
fooling around
foolings
foolish
foolish woman
foolisher
foolishest
foolishly
foolishness
foolishnesses
foolometer
foolometers
foolproof
fools
fools' errands
fools around
fools rush in where angels fear to tread

Literary usage of Foolings

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1. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"That inference is that foolings, not causing nerve-actions, cannot even cause each other. To ordinary common sense, felt pain is, as such, ..."

2. The Century (1902)
"... drawings purposely crude, and a hundred other delightful foolings, all characteristically indicative of the man's skill, wit, and humor. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1863)
"... be he priest or layman, to be brought into contact with opponents whose nature and foolings, and the manner in which they express those feelings, ..."

4. Letters of George Meredith by George Meredith (1912)
"Fitz is good Suffolk soil, the most pleasing of foolings. His literary taste in the Classics is quite sound, and infantile out of them. ..."

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