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You’re a fool if you think you’ll ever see that money again.
How could you be such a stupid fool?
I felt such a fool when he used me as an example!
I’m not wearing that; I don’t want to look like a fool.
Any fool can see that she’s taking advantage of him.
Any fool knows that!
He made a fool of himself by turning up drunk to a TV chat show.
Well, more fool you if you give him any more of your money!
Her eyes shone with intelligence: she was nobody’s fool.
He just plays the fool, he’s definitely not one.
This is the British English definition of fool. View American English definition of fool.