Fooling synonyms and antonyms

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Of, like, or characteristic of a rogue
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Like, characteristic of, or befitting a wag; roguishly merry
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Full of hearty, playful good humor; genial and cheerful
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Marked by disrespectful levity or casualness; pert:
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Habitually phony or dishonest:
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Full of pranks; mischievous or frolicsome
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Humorously ironic, mocking, or insincere
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Having or showing intelligence; bright.
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(--- Theol.) So evil as to cause spiritual death; mortal
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The state or quality of being serious.
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Gull is defined as to trick.
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To break apart or attenuate to the point of disappearing:
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To dupe or cheat
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(Slang) To stimulate with a sex toy.
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To undermine in any way; weaken; exhaust
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To surpass in cleverness or cunning; outsmart:
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To try to mislead opponents in a card game by heavy betting on a poor hand or by little or no betting on a good one.
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The definition of hoodwink is to trick or deceive someone.
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To introduce an adulterant, additive, or impurity into (another substance) in order to produce a deliberate change
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Clown means to perform tricks and jokes in a circus or at a party, or to act foolishly.
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To twirl or play with lightly or idly
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(Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
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(Informal) To play a fiddle
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(Informal) To play music in a casual, informal way
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To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.
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To play (a musical piece).
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To grow vigorously; flourish:
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Having or expressing humor; funny; amusing; comical
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Humorous; jesting:
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To bungle; muddle; botch
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The definition of serious is showing deep thought, not joking, or a situation that requires careful thought.
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(Intransitive) To inconsequentially toy with something.
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(Informal) To fool; deceive
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Mislead is defined as to bring in the wrong direction or give the wrong idea.
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Kid means to tease or deceive in a fun way.
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To deceive by trickery; fool or cheat
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To tinker is defined as to play around with something, or to try to change or fix it.
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To tamper is to interfere with something you shouldn't in a harmful way or to change something you shouldn't change.
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To busy oneself or proceed in a trifling, ineffective, or aimless way; dawdle
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To deceive or dupe; hoodwink.
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To deceive or swindle
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To fool, as by false promises or wrong notions; mislead; deceive; trick
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Tending to deceive; apt to lie or cheat
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Of or befitting an imp; mischievous.
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Of a claim or assertion in litigation, that it lacks merit or substance; often a pejorative term, implying bad faith or negligence by the pleading party.
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Amusingly odd or whimsically comical.
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Not harsh or severe:
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Joking or trying to be jocular, esp. at an inappropriate time
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Joking; humorous; full of fun
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Jolly and full of high spirits
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Serious in speech or action; eager; urgent; importunate; pressing; instant.
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Being or occurring between sexual partners who are not in an established relationship:
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To film a scene in a movie.
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Jerk is defined as to pull, push or throw in a sharp sudden motion.
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To cheat; to swindle; to steal; to rob.
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(Intransitive) To move or walk lackadaisically.
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To hit or push something with the head or horns.
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(Music) To perform on an instrument:
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To play or fuss; fiddle:
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Meddle is defined as intrude in someone else's life or business.
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To deceive or trick.
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To betray is to be disloyal, to reveal secrets, or to reveal your location to an enemy.
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To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
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To violate rules deliberately, as in a game:
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Find another word for fooling. In this page you can discover 81 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fooling, like: feigning, roguish, jesting, waggish, teasing, jovial, flippant, insincere, prankish, frolicking and tongue-in-cheek.