foolery definition

  • noun:
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • a case of silly behavior or speech; a jest.
    • Foolish behaviour or speech.
    • The practice of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; anything ridiculous or nonsensical.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; focus on trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless action.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical event; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or practice; something predicated on fatuity.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • Foolish behavior or speech.
    • a case of silly behavior or message; a jest.
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • The practice of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish training; something outrageous or absurd.
    • The practice of acting foolishly; habitual folly; attention to trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless activity.
    • A foolish overall performance; a farcical exhibition; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or rehearse; any such thing according to fatuity.
    • foolish or senseless behavior
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • a case of silly behavior or speech; a jest.
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • The training of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; something absurd or nonsensical.
    • The practice of acting foolishly; habitual folly; attention to trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless activity.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical convention; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or practice; anything based on fatuity.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • An instance of foolish behavior or address; a jest.
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • silly behavior or message.
    • An instance of foolish behavior or message; a jest.
    • a case of foolish behavior or address; a jest.
    • Foolish behaviour or speech.
    • Foolish behavior or speech.
    • The training of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • The rehearse of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; some thing ridiculous or absurd.
    • The practice of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless activity.
    • A foolish overall performance; a farcical exhibition; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or practice; something predicated on fatuity.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • The training of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • a case of foolish behavior or message; a jest.
    • Foolish behaviour or speech.
    • The rehearse of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; anything ridiculous or absurd.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; some thing absurd or nonsensical.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; some thing ridiculous or absurd.
    • The practice of acting foolishly; habitual folly; attention to trifles.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; focus on trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless action.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless activity.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless action.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical event; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical event; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or practice; any such thing according to fatuity.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical exhibition; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or rehearse; everything considering fatuity.
    • A foolish belief or rehearse; anything predicated on fatuity.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • silly or senseless behavior
    • silly or senseless behavior
    • Foolish behavior or speech.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • Foolish behavior or speech.
    • Foolish behavior or address.
    • an example of foolish behavior or message; a jest.
    • An instance of silly behavior or speech; a jest.
    • An instance of foolish behavior or speech; a jest.
    • An instance of foolish behavior or message; a jest.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • Foolish behavior or speech.
    • Foolish behaviour or address.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • The rehearse of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • The rehearse of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • an example of foolish behavior or address; a jest.
    • Foolish behaviour or speech.
    • The training of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • The rehearse of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish practice; some thing ridiculous or absurd.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; one thing ridiculous or absurd.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish practice; some thing absurd or absurd.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; something ridiculous or nonsensical.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; attention to trifles.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless activity.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless activity.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless action.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical convention; a mummery; a farce.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless action.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical event; a mummery; a farce.
    • Foolish behavior or message.
    • A foolish belief or training; anything predicated on fatuity.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical convention; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish overall performance; a farcical convention; a mummery; a farce.
    • an example of foolish behavior or speech; a jest.
    • A foolish belief or rehearse; anything based on fatuity.
    • A foolish belief or training; anything predicated on fatuity.
    • A foolish belief or rehearse; such a thing centered on fatuity.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • Foolish behaviour or message.
    • foolish or mindless behavior
    • silly or senseless behavior
    • The training of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish practice; some thing absurd or nonsensical.
    • foolish or mindless behavior
    • The practice of acting foolishly; habitual folly; awareness of trifles.
    • An act of folly; a trifling or mindless activity.
    • The practice of folly; the behavior of a fool; absurdity.
    • A foolish performance; a farcical convention; a mummery; a farce.
    • An act of folly or weakness; a foolish rehearse; one thing ridiculous or nonsensical.
    • A foolish belief or practice; such a thing considering fatuity.
    • The habit of acting foolishly; habitual folly; focus on trifles.
    • silly or mindless behavior
    • An act of folly; a trifling or senseless activity.
    • A foolish overall performance; a farcical event; a mummery; a farce.
    • A foolish belief or practice; everything according to fatuity.
    • foolish or mindless behavior

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