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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fool.

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Examples

  • The Clinton name, the predictions from her camp, the phony gas tax holiday and a lot of help from the media couldn't fool the voters so the only one being fooled is Clinton herself.

    Clinton adds West Virginia to campaign stops

  • The reason are so easily fooled is we have gone 30 so odd years without a prolonged military conflict. this whole thing has been orchrastrated by a public relations firm in D.C. that is paid by the R.N.C..

    Think Progress » Murtha on Iraq: ‘There’s Not Only No Progress, It’s Worse Than It Was Prewar’

  • And, perhaps, most importantly, he seems to have Saddam Hussein fooled into thinking that there is nothing he can do to prevent a U.S. attack.

    Balkinization

  • i hafta say..your title fooled me good...everyone knows glenn can say whatever he wants.

    Oh, Glenn Loury is not allowed to say that.

  • McCain fooled a lot of conservatives by saying, in the middle of the debate over the Democrats’ judicial filibusters of Bush’s conservative judicial nominees, “We need to keep the judicial filibuster, because we might want to filibuster a liberal judicial nominee.”

    Durbin (D, D Majority) vs. Durbin (D, R Majority) on filibusters. | RedState

  •  Irma's controlled, concerned expression fooled them all, and she prayed she wouldn't cave in, at least not then and there, as cameras from the two local television stations rolled.

    Aromatherapy

  • Unfortunately, people can be fooled, which is why we must always remain vigilant.

    Science!

  • Irma's controlled, concerned expression fooled them all, and she prayed she wouldn't cave in, at least not then and there, as cameras from the two local television stations rolled.

    Aromatherapy

  • And some people seem to suggest that the people were cognitively impaired, or easily fooled, that is the root of the problem.

    Rape and Imprisonment By Proxy At McDonalds

  •  If he thought that that bland expression fooled her for an instant, he was very wrong.

    Sleeping Partners

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