Word of the Week: tomfoolery (tŏm-FŌŌ-lə-rē)


Word of the Week: tomfoolery (tŏm-FŌŌ-lə-rē) Definition (Noun) The action or behavior of a tom-fool; foolish or absurd action; silly trifling. In Context “‘She’s gadding off somewhere with Diana, writing stories or practicing dialogues or some such tomfoolery, and never thinking once about the time or her duties.’” Lucy Maud Montgomery, Ann of Green Gables, 1908.

Word of the Week: tomfoolery (tŏm-FŌŌ-lə-rē)2020-04-16T15:09:56-04:00

tomfoolery (tahm-FOO-luh-ree)


Definition (Noun) playful or foolish behavior In Context "Presented as an oral history in a series of conversations between the couple, the book features anecdotes, hijinks, photos, and a veritable grab bag of tomfoolery." Brandy McDonnell, NewsOK.com, 1 Oct. 2018

tomfoolery (tahm-FOO-luh-ree)2018-12-24T08:00:15-05:00
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