foolishly

[ foo-lish ]SEE DEFINITION OF foolishly

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It made Andrew think, foolishly enough, of someone tipping a hat.

"I do believe he thinks he knows you," said Eudora, foolishly.

I began to long to be able to do something for her besides—I foolishly said beyond loving her.

Where was any call for that confession, about which the soutar had maundered so foolishly?

But she found no one to make her such an offer as the one so foolishly declined.

But whether we do wisely or foolishly, the business of life must be carried on.

Nevertheless I was foolishly pleased to hear that she liked me.

"I would she loved me a little," complained Gian Maria foolishly.

Andor talked fondly and foolishly, and Elsa mostly was silent.

This reptile does not foolishly expend its strength in this troublesome labour.

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