foolishness

[ foo-lish ]SEE DEFINITION OF foolishness

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His long habit of thought concerning her enabled him to master this foolishness.

We must protect her from the consequences of her own foolishness.

It just came over me, all at once, that I—It was just foolishness.

I didn't enter him; that was somebody else's foolishness, and I don't want to back him.

"Don't ye be lettin' yourself belave your own foolishness," she said.

"Now stop this nerve strain and this foolishness," he said tersely.

All my devices of horse-hair and deer-hide snares were foolishness in their sharp eyes.

But I know it is all foolishness, as well as you do, all craziness.

But I always have a little distrust for the foolishness of a person who has once been a knave.

But, in my foolishness, I forgot to ask for everlasting youth.

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