1. fooling

adjective. ['ˈfuːlɪŋ'] characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility; it is no fooling matter".


  • light


  • careful
  • concerned

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Rhymes with Fooling

  • refueling
  • nonruling
  • retooling
  • schooling
  • grueling
  • fuelling
  • fueling
  • fruehling
  • duling
  • drooling
  • tooling
  • ruling
  • pooling
  • huling
  • dueling
  • dooling
  • cooling

Sentences with fooling

1. Verb, gerund or present participle
You can better control your cravings by fooling your hypothalamus into believing you are full.

Quotes about fooling

1. I was wise enough never to grow up, while fooling people into believing I had.
- Margaret Mead

2. So this is it,"said Arthur, "We are going to die.""Yes,"said Ford, "except... no! Wait a minute!"He suddenly lunged across the chamber at something behind Arthur's line of vision. "What's this switch?"he cried."What? Where?"cried Arthur, twisting round."No, I was only fooling,"said Ford, "we are going to die after all.
- Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

3. That's what I do. Watch movies and read. Sometimes I even pretend to write, but I'm not fooling anyone. Oh, and I go to the mailbox.
- Nicole Krauss, The History of Love