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foolery

noun fool·ery \ˈfül-rē, ˈfü-lə-\

: foolish or silly behavior

plural fool·er·ies

Full Definition of FOOLERY

1
:  a foolish act, utterance, or belief
2
:  foolish behavior

Examples of FOOLERY

  1. an amusing bit of foolery
  2. <it's foolery to expect me to let you shoplift that DVD>

First Known Use of FOOLERY

1552

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