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foolish-looking

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  • And when people laughed at the foolish-looking Bush supporter up on the stage, they realized people laugh at them.

    Think Progress » Fox News Slams Colbert: ‘Inappropriate,’ ‘Over the Line,’ ‘Not Very Funny’

  • Strangely, the preview showed those words struck out, but the posted comment did not — rendering it rather foolish-looking, what with “he Rove” and “Bush Rove” without the strikeouts.

    Firedoglake » Safavian Found Guilty

  • Do these foolish-looking twits ever do any research before venting their rage before TV cameras?

    Firedoglake » Wingnut Welfare Queens Strike Again

  • Leaning across the front seat, Chiffon shoved aside a stack of SpongeBob SquarePants coloring books and a tangle of Betty Spaghetty dolls in the back, hoping to unearth the foolish-looking button.

    A Dollar Short

  • So now to stay himself, he looked down, first at the hands of Belknap and Jephson on the table before him, since each was toying with a pencil poised above the pad of paper before them, as they gazed at Mason and whoever was in the jury box before him — a foolish-looking fat man now.

    An American Tragedy

  • Barney turned his head and looked nervously at Will, and the Will who was somehow not quite Will beamed encouragingly, as if he were after all no more than the amiable foolish-looking boy they had met at the beginning of this small strange holiday.

    Greenwitch

  • He was a foolish-looking man who rather resembled a fish, complete with slightly popping eyes and a perpetually open mouth.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • With his jokes, he was the foolish-looking one, the one we laughed at.

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • Arlee sprang from the couch where she had lain down that night, not undressed, but with her white frock exchanged for the negligée she had found laid out for her among other things, and hurried toward the door where she had piled two chairs to supplement the lock -- a foolish-looking barricade in the shining light of day, she thought, her lips lifting whimsically.

    The Palace of Darkened Windows

  • In their place has come a cuboidal mass, twice as long as it is broad or high, with a place in front for mouth and eyes, and a foolish-looking leg under each corner.

    The Fat of the Land The Story of an American Farm

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