fool / ful /


fool4 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a silly or stupid person; a person who lacks judgment or sense.
  2. a professional jester, formerly kept by a person of royal or noble rank for amusement: the court fool.
  3. a person who has been tricked or deceived into appearing or acting silly or stupid: to make a fool of someone.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to trick, deceive, or impose on: They tried to fool him.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to act like a fool; joke; play.
  2. to jest; pretend; make believe: I was only fooling.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. fool around, to putter aimlessly; waste time: She fooled around all through philander or be sexually promiscuous, especially to engage in adultery.
  2. fool away, to spend foolishly, as time or money; squander: to fool away the entire afternoon.
  3. fool with, to handle or play with idly or carelessly: to be hurt while fooling with a loaded gun; to fool with someone's affections.

fool 近义词

n. 名词 noun

stupid or ridiculous person

v. 动词 verb

trick, mislead


  • fool and his money are soon parted, a
  • fool around
  • fool away
  • fools rush in where angels fear to tread
  • make a fool of
  • nobody's fool
  • no fool like an old fool
  • not suffer fools gladly
  • play the fool
  • take for (a fool)


  1. He leaned over to me, whispering, “These Jedi mind tricks only work on weak-minded fools.”
  2. To pretend you knew better when others didn’t, to pretend this was not your fault, to pretend you were a holy messenger and everyone else was a fool was his very good definition of a sin.
  3. As brokers made their bets, some making a fortune, some making fools of themselves, others making their criminal defense cases, Cline and millions of other health care workers just prayed there would be enough supplies tomorrow.
  4. Bumping into a guy most known for “yappin’ fools,” I wasn’t gonna scare anybody looking like a bootleg Slick Rick, and on his newest cut, “Gotham,” Danzini isn’t letting anyone feel safe.
  5. Another one is fear of making a fool of oneself and looking stupid.
  6. What they found was that most people preferred to work with the lovable fool rather than the competent jerk.
  7. You have to risk it, and be in danger of looking like an absolute fool.
  8. This might not fool a knowledgeable whiskey drinker, but how many of those desperate for Pappy are knowledgeable whiskey drinkers?
  9. My exact words were to allow ‘any fool in the world with Internet access’ to freely modify any page on the site.
  10. And also probably because this fool stopped at a red light in the middle of an intersection.
  11. The heat of drunkenness is the stumblingblock of the fool, lessening strength and causing wounds.
  12. Y was a Youth, that did not love school; Z was a Zany, a poor harmless fool.
  13. I am not fool enough to put my precious Naps in jeopardy, just when I am so deucedly in want of them, too.
  14. David thought the farmer a fool, and rode on, admiring the blue sky uncheckered by a single cloud.
  15. The crest-fallen astronomer plodded on his weary way, another example of a fool and his money soon parted.