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- v. Present participle of fool around.
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"In either case, fooling around here at this stage may do more harm than good," pointed out McEachern.
Dropout from university, sleeping late, drinking, fooling around with beads.
Possum, running free, was fooling around the chicken-coop on top the 'midship-house.
"If the Beta Corviki could contact our survey ship, and if they are fooling around with regulated-energy emissions detectable outside their solar system, we might not qualify on their Civ-scale."
But even if couples are fooling around in the massage rooms, I doubt that these twenty-first-century meatpacking heterosexuals are getting it on with quite the frequency that the late-twentieth-century meatpacking homosexuals managed back in the day.
All the papers call you a playboy, fooling around with carrot-topped Australian actresses, you old dog, you.”
Years before, Harris Nash had discovered the two of them fooling around with makeup, trying on Connie Nash’s clothes.