fooling around love


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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.

    Natives of Space

  • Dropout from university, sleeping late, drinking, fooling around with beads.

    Death of a Hawker

  • 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."

    the ship who sang

  • 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.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • All the papers call you a playboy, fooling around with carrot-topped Australian actresses, you old dog, you.”

    The Thorn Birds

  • Years before, Harris Nash had discovered the two of them fooling around with makeup, trying on Connie Nash’s clothes.



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