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- v. To restore from folly, or from being a fool.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To restore from folly, or from being a fool.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To restore from folly; make satisfaction to (one) for calling one a fool; take away the reproach of folly from.
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Having agreed to our principle, whether as individuals or groups, of being unfooled about our subconscious and automatic selves, who are the best people in a nation constituted like ours, to unfool us the most quickly, to get our attention the most poignantly, and with the least trouble to us and to themselves?
Ay, but if it prove true, Master Page, have you any way then to unfool me again?
_ Ay, but if it prove true, Master Page, have you 100 any way then to unfool me again?
T 'unfool whom thou hast fool'd, and set thy pris'ne/sfree?
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