like a fool in English

like a stupid person, foolishly

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1. Stop acting like a fool.

2. Like a fool to be punished in the stocks,*+

3. Assot: To be or become infatuated or like a fool.

4. A man may talk like a wise man and yet act like a fool

5. 16 Then like a fool he had spoken of Maud, and Sarah had seen him as nothing more than a philanderer.

6. 7 Then like a fool he had spoken of Maud,( and Sarah had seen him as nothing more than a philanderer.

7. 21 He feels like a fool in his virtual reality goggles as he trudges through the driving rain to the parked aircraft.

8. The control of human spirit by a renitent and rigorous cultural system makes you feel more like a fool than that of a foolish swordsman region.

9. /ˈboʊ·zoʊ/ plural Bozos a person who behaves like a fool and does not care about others: Some Bozo on a motorcycle almost ran me over just now

10. Inspired by Rihanna's singles "Unfaithful" and "Umbrella", the song is about a woman who is in a troubled relationship but doing nothing to fix it, making her seem like A fool

11. Behave: 1 v Behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself “Don't Behave like a fool” Synonyms: act , do act , act as , play pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind act , dissemble , pretend Behave unnaturally or affectedly Types: show 40 types hide 40 types act involuntarily , act reflexively