Definition of "jack-fool" [jack-fool]

  • (noun) A fool.

Use "jack-fool" in a sentence

  • "He wanted Egwene to realize he was not going to be pushed around, and sometimes making people see that meant you had to act like jack-fool."
  • "If this man could order men's hands cut off, order men hung, with only a jack-fool excuse of a trial, what was he not capable of?"
  • "He was jack-fool enough to think that with this leather pipe he could outshoot the best archer in Christendom."

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