Definition of "fooled" []

  • A person who lacks sense or judgement (noun)
  • A person who is made to appear ridiculous (noun)
  • (formerly) a professional jester living in a royal or noble household (noun)
  • An idiot or imbecile (noun)
  • To deceive (someone), esp in order to make him or her look ridiculous (verb)
  • To act or play (with) irresponsibly or aimlessly (verb)
  • To speak or act in a playful, teasing, or jesting manner (verb)
  • To squander; fritter (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of fool. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fooled" in a sentence
  • "The Clinton name, the predictions from her camp, the phony gas tax holiday and a lot of help from the media couldn't fool the voters so the only one being fooled is Clinton herself."
  • "The reason are so easily fooled is we have gone 30 so odd years without a prolonged military conflict. this whole thing has been orchrastrated by a public relations firm in D.C. that is paid by the R.N.C.."
  • "And, perhaps, most importantly, he seems to have Saddam Hussein fooled into thinking that there is nothing he can do to prevent a U.S. attack."