Fooling

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Verb

fooling

  1. Present participle of fool.

Adjectives for Fooling

gracious; admirable; airy; flippant.

Thesaurus

badinage, bamboozlement, banter, bantering, befooling, bluffing, booing, buffoonery, calculated deception, catcalling, chaff, chaffing, circumvention, clownishness, conning, coquetry, dabbling, dalliance, dallying, deceiving, deception, deceptiveness, defrauding, delusion, delusiveness, derision, derisive, derisory, dupery, enmeshment, ensnarement, entanglement, entrapment, exchange, fallaciousness, fallacy, falseness, fiddling, fleering, flimflam, flimflammery, flippancy, flippant, flirtation, fond illusion, foolery, fooling around, give-and-take, good-natured banter, grinning, hallucination, harlequinade, harmless teasing, hazing, high jinks, hissing, hoodwinking, hooting, horseplay, idling, illusion, jape, jeering, jerking off, jest, jesting, jive, joke, joking, jollying, josh, joshing, kidding, kidding around, leering, levity, loitering, messing around, mirage, mockery, mocking, monkeying, monkeying around, monkeyshines, outwitting, overreaching, panning, persiflage, phantasm, piddling, playing, playing around, pleasantry, pottering, puttering, putting on, quizzical, ragging, railing, raillery, rallying, razzing, ribbing, ridicule, ridiculing, roasting, roughhouse, rowdiness, scoffing, self-deception, shenanigans, skylarking, smart, smart-aleckiness, smart-alecky, smart-ass, smartness, smattering, smirking, sneering, snickering, sniggering, snorting, snow job, song and dance, spoofery, spoofing, sport, subterfuge, swindling, taunting, teasing, tinkering, tomfoolery, toying, trickiness, tricking, trifling, twit, twitting, victimization, vision, willful misconception, wishful thinking

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