Definition of Fool away

1. Verb. Spend frivolously and unwisely. "Fritter away one's inheritance"




Definition of Fool away

1. Verb. (idiomatic) to waste, squander ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fool Away

fooked
fooking
fooks
fool
fool's cap
fool's errand
fool's gold
fool's huckleberry
fool's mate
fool's mates
fool's paradise
fool's parsley
fool-saint
fool about
fool around
fool away (current term)
fool to oneself
fool up
foolable
foolahs
fooldom
foole
fooled
fooled around
fooler
fooleries
foolers
foolery
fooles
foolest

Literary usage of Fool away

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1. An English and Welsh Dictionary: Wherein, Not Only the Words, But Also, the by John Walters (1828)
"To fool away one's lime, Ofer-dreulio ... To fool away one's money, Ofer-dreulio (ai- radu, ..."

2. Every where by Will Carleton (1908)
"Father thinks I fool away my money, gettin' information, an' learnin* the ways of ... Precious little / get to fool away though." The misguided boy was just ..."

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