fooling definition

  • verb:
    • provide participle of fool.
    • Present participle of fool.
    • provide participle of fool.
    • provide participle of trick.
    • provide participle of trick.
    • Present participle of fool.
    • provide participle of fool.
    • provide participle of fool.
    • Present participle of fool.
    • Present participle of fool.
    • provide participle of fool.
    • provide participle of fool.
  • noun:
    • The speech or activities of 1 which fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • absurd or outrageous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Playful actions; play; recreation.
    • The speech or activities of 1 whom fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • absurd or ridiculous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Playful actions; play; sport.
    • The speech or activities of just one just who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • The speech or actions of 1 just who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • Ridiculous or outrageous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome action.
    • Ridiculous or outrageous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Playful actions; play; recreation.
    • Playful activities; play; recreation.
    • The address or activities of just one just who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • The speech or actions of one who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • The message or actions of 1 which fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • The message or actions of one whom fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • Ridiculous or outrageous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome action.
    • Ridiculous or absurd behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Ridiculous or ridiculous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome action.
    • Ridiculous or outrageous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • The speech or actions of 1 just who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • The address or actions of one just who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • Playful activities; play; recreation.
    • The address or actions of 1 whom fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • Playful activities; play; sport.
    • Playful activities; play; recreation.
    • Playful activities; play; recreation.
    • absurd or absurd behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome action.
    • absurd or ridiculous behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Ridiculous or absurd behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome action.
    • The address or activities of one who fools or banters another; jesting; banter; levity; frivolity; nonsense.
    • Playful activities; play; sport.
    • Playful actions; play; recreation.
    • Playful actions; play; sport.
    • Ridiculous or absurd behavior; foolery; idle, aimless, or meddlesome activity.
    • Playful activities; play; recreation.
  • adjective:
    • characterized by a sense of irresponsibility
    • characterized by a sense of irresponsibility
    • described as a feeling of irresponsibility
    • characterized by a sense of irresponsibility
    • described as a sense of irresponsibility
    • characterized by a sense of irresponsibility
    • characterized by a sense of irresponsibility
    • described as a feeling of irresponsibility
    • described as a sense of irresponsibility
    • characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility
    • described as a feeling of irresponsibility
    • described as a feeling of irresponsibility

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