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- v. Present participle of April-fool.
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In England, the custom of April-fooling is practiced very much as it is in the United States.
It has been said that "what compound is to simple addition, so is Scotch to English April-fooling."
We counted up before returning home, and found that forty-four miles had been ridden back and forth during the day on account of this silly April-fooling.
"I guess he was just April-fooling me," she suggested comfortingly, and the insistence of her soft gaze was such that Eloise looked up and met a smile so irresistible, that in spite of herself, her expression relaxed.
"It trailer parts has been suggested that Europe derived its April-fooling from ..."
April-fooling around and focusing on tomorrow's lunchtime kick-off at Old Trafford while their title rivals suffered from the rigours of Europe.
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