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Things fools often describes (“fools ________”)
day, fall, pass, knots, die

Descriptive words:
such, poor, old, damn, many, young, only, damned, great, more, bloody, ignorant, holy, stupid, greater, silly, blind, greatest, complete, dull, wise, big, biggest, bigger, crazy, utter, credulous, headed, mere, drunken, rich, mad, perfect, honest, gullible, superstitious, deluded, plain, absolute, rational, sentimental, pretty, incompetent, vain, misguided, pompous, weak, learned, downright, wretched, infernal, shallow, flannelled, minded, arrogant, awful, conceited, miserable, darned, enough, idle, romantic, arrant, witted, wicked, worse, proud, tedious, darn, stubborn, dangerous, pious, greedy, happy, all, tuneful, dappled, clumsy, clever, naive, innocent, consummate

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Book See fools used in context: 100+ rhymes, 78 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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