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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of April-fool.
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It does seem unlikely that they would charge you for an article which is an April-fools joke.
ZELLA T. -- The origin of April-fools 'Day is unknown.
We'll prove that we are not April-fools by beginning our garden.
He was in other respects one of those estimable bourgeois who solemnly put Christmas logs on their fire, draw kings at play, invent April-fools, stroll on the boulevards when the weather is fine, go to see the skating, and are always to be found on the terrace of the Place Louis XV. at two o'clock on the days of the fireworks, with
"But we learned a valuable lesson, no more April-fools jokes from the forum ...
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