Foolify Fool"i*fy, v. t. [Fool + -fy.] To make a fool of; to befool. [R.] --Holland. [1913 Webster]

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  • fool — {{11}}fool (n.) late 13c., silly or stupid person, from O.Fr. fol madman, insane person; idiot; rogue; jester, also blacksmith s bellows, also an adj. meaning mad, insane (12c., Mod.Fr. fou), from L. follis bellows, leather bag (see FOLLICLE (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

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