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[fˈuːl], [fˈuːl], [f_ˈuː_l]

Synonyms for Fool:

dupe (noun)

April fool, laughingstock, victim.

fool (noun)

blockhead, bonehead, bungler, chuckle-head, clod, crackpot, cretin, dimwit, dolt, dullard, dumbbell, dummy, dunce, half-wit, idiot, ignoramus, imbecile, knuckle-head, lame-brain, loon, meathead, moron, nincompoop, nitwit, simpleton.

ignoramus (noun)

birdbrain, buffoon, scatterbrain.

laughingstock (noun)

fair game, game, monkey, patsy.

deceive (verb)

betray, bilk, cheat, con, counterfeit, deceive, defraud, delude, dupe, falsify, forge, mislead, swindle.

dupe (verb)

hoodwink, trick.

Other synonyms and related words:

Arse About, Charlie, Chucklehead, Clodpoll, Daffy, Fribble, Git, Gulled, Gypsy, Intermeddle, Mooncalf, Neanderthal, Ninnyhammer, Noddy, Phiz, Psychology retardate, SIMP, Saint Mark, Weak-minded, absorb, absurd, abuse, accept, acquire, acrobat, addict, adopt, alderman, alderwoman, amateur, ament, anserine, apish, appease, apply, april 1 honoree, arse around, asinine, askew, assimilate, assume, attract, babe, badinage, baffle, bait, bamboozle, banter, barrack, batty, be foolish, be stupid, beast, beat, befool, befooled, beguile, beguiled, bell ringer, berk, besotted, bewilder, bimbo, bite, blackjack, blank, blind, blind one's eyes, blindfold, blinker, bloke, bluff, bluster, boob, booby, boofhead, boor, bore, bourgeon, boy, brain dead, brainless, brand, bring in, bubbleheaded, buck, buff, buffalo, buffo, buffoonish, bugger, bull's eye, bum, bum about, bum around, bumbler, bumpkin, burgeon forth, burlesque, burn, busy oneself, busybody, butt in, byword, byword of reproach, cajole, caper, cat's-paw, catch, cavort, chaff, chandler, chap, charge, charlatan, chicane, child, childish, chisel, chouse, chump, churl, cinch, circumvent, clear, clodhopper, clodpate, clodpole, clot, clown, clown about, clown around, cock-eyed, cockamamie, cockamamy, cockeyed, cod, collect, columbine, come on, comedian, comedienne, comic, comical, commit adultery, competent, confound, confuse, consume, contempt, coot, coquet, corner, cosh, countenance, coxcomb, cozen, crack wise, crazy, credulous, credulous person, creep, crisscross, cross, cuckoo, cull, cully, cut didos, cut up, dabble, dabbler, daft, dally, dart, dash, dawdle, dazed, decoy, deride, derision, devotee, diddle, dilettante, dill, dim-wit, ding-a-ling, ding-dong, dingbat, dip, dippy, dispel, disperse, dissipate, disturbed person, dizzard, dizzy, do, dodo, doltish, don, donkey, doodle, dopey, dopy, doting, dotty, double cross, draw, drip, droll, duffer, dumb, dumb animal, dumb ox, dumb-bell, dumbo, dunderhead, dunderpate, dust, dweeb, earn, easy game, easy mark, easy pickings, easy touch, eejit, empty, entertainer, eunuch, excessive, exploit, extravagant, fake, fake out, fall guy, fanatic, farceur, fast-talk, fat-head, fathead, fatuitous, fatuous, feather-brain, featherbrain, featherhead, featherheaded, feebleminded, feign, fellow, fiddle, fiddle about, fiddle around, fiddle with, fiddle-faddle, fidget, fidget with, figure of fun, film, finagle, finesse, finger with, fish, flake, flaky, flash, flat, flatter, fleece, fleer, flibbertigibbet, flimflam, flirt, flout, flummox, fold up, fond, fool around, fool away, fool with, foolheaded, foolish, foolishness, footle, four flush, fox, frig around, fritter, fritter away, frivol, frivol away, frolic, fruitcake, fuck off, fuddled, fulfill, fun, funny man, funster, fuss, futile, gabby, gaby, gaga, gain, gambol, gammon, gander, gather in, gawk, gawky, gazingstock, geezer, germinate, get funny, get into, gibe, gird, gleek, go haywire, goat, gobe-mouches, gobemouche, gomerel, goof, goofball, goofy, goon, goose, gooselike, goosey, goosy, governess, grade, greener, greenhorn, greeny, gudgeon, gull, gullible, guy, gyp, half-baked, half-witted, halfwit, hammerhead, hare-brained, harlequin, have, have in derision, have on, headless, hiss, hit, hoax, hold in derision, hoot, horn in, hornswoggle, horse about, horse around, humbug, humorist, humour, idiotic, idle, ignorant, illiterate, illiterati, imbecilic, imbibe, immoderate, impose, impose on, impose upon, imprudent, inane, incapable, inept, infatuated, ingest, inject, innocent, insane, instrument, interfere, interlink, interlope, intrude, inveigle, invite, invite ridicule, irrational, jack-pudding, jape, jay, jeer, jeer at, jerky, jest, jester, jestingstock, jilt, jive, job, jobbernowl, jockey, joke, joker, jokesmith, jokester, jolly, jolly along, josh, juggle with, juke, kid, kid around, kisser, know-nothing, knucklehead, kooky, lad, lamb, lamebrain, lark about, lark around, laugh at, laugh to scorn, laughable, laughing-stock, lead, lead astray, lead on, leadpipe cinch, leg, lightweight, literary euchre, little bit, loiter, loll, loll around, lollipop, looby, look, loony, loser, lounge about, lounge around, lout, lowbrow, lubber, ludicrous, lug, lummox, lump, lumpish, lunatic, lunkhead, lunkheaded, mad, madden, madman, make, make a fool of, make fun of, make game of, man, manipulate, manoeuvre, mark, marker, marking, maudlin, meaningless, meat-head, meatball, meddle, meddle with, mentally disabled, mentally disturbed, mentally ill, merry-andrew, mess, mess about, mess around, middlebrow, milksop, mime, mindless, misadvise, misdirect, misguide, misinform, mob, mock, mockery, monkey around, monkey with, moo, moronic, motley, motley fool, mount, mountebank, move the goalposts, muck, muck about, muck around, mug, muggins, mulct, muppet, mutt, mystify, nab, naif, natural, nerd, niggle, ninny, ninny-hammer, nit, nitwitted, no scholar, nobble, nong, nonny, nonsensical, noodle, not difficult, not sensible, numbskull, numpty, numskull, nut, nutcase, nutter, nutty, oaf, observe, off his rocker, off one's head, opaque, out-think, outfox, outmanipulate, outmanoeuvre, outplay, outsmart, outwit, overcharge, overhear, overreach, pantaloon, pawn, pedant, physiognomy, pickle-herring, piddle, pierrot, pigeon, pillock, pinhead, play, play a trick on, play around, play false, play one false, play the buffoon, play the fool, play with, play-act, plaything, pluck, posturemaster, potter, potter orputter, practise on, prat, preposterous, pretend, print, prize sap, pudding head, puddinghead, pulcinella, pull leg, pull the wool over someone's eyes, pull-in, pun, punch, punchinello, puppet, pushover, put, put on, put one across, put one on, put one over, put one over on, put over on, put something over on, putter, putter about, putter around, puzzle, quip, quipster, rag, rattle-brain, rattlebrain, razz, realise, realize, receive, rib, ridicule, ridiculous, rig, rip off, roast, romp, rook, rope in, rustic, sap, sap-head, saphead, sappy, scam, scapegoat, scar, scaramouch, scatter, schlemiel, schlemihl, schmo, schmuck, schnook, scoff, scoot, score, scout, scratch, screw, screwball, screwy, scud, sea gull, seagull, see, senseless, sentimental, setup, shaft, shave in derision, shlemiel, shoot, shoot-down, sickie, sicko, sign, silly, silly billy, silly fools, simple, simpleminded, sitting duck, slang, small amount, smartass, smatter, smiler, smoke, snap, sneer, snigger, snooker, snow, soak up, soft, soft touch, softhead, solid ivory, sop, sop up, sot, spectacle, spoof, sport, spread out, sprout, stain, stigma, sting, stock, stooge, string, string along, stump, stupid person, suck in, suck up, sucker in, take, take for a ride, take with fingers, take-in, tamper, tamper with, tantalize, target, tarry, taunt, tear, tease, tenderfoot, thick head, thickhead, thickheaded, thimble-wit, thoughtless, tinker, tomfool, tool, tot, toy, toy with, trap, trick euchre, trifle, trifle with, trusting soul, tumbler, turkey, turn in, turn into ridicule, twerp, twiddle, twirp, twist, twit, two-time, unintelligent, unintelligentsia, unreasonable, unwise, vegetable, victimize, view, visage, wacky, wag, wanton, warped, washerwoman, watch, wear, welsh, wet, whacky, wise guy, wiseacre, wisecrack, wit, witless, yo-yo, zany.

Rhymes for Fool:

  1. mule, drool, thule, rule, cool, boule, yule, boole, joule, spool, stool, pool, buhl, tool, school;
  2. fuel, retool, misrule, cruel, dual, preschool, uncool;
  3. supercool, istanbul;

Quotes for Fool:

  1. People have discovered that they can fool the devil; but they can't fool the neighbors. Francis Bacon.
  2. The man who has everything figured out is probably a fool Jerome Lawrence.
  3. I think I've been able to fool a lot of people because I know I'm a dork. I'm a geek. Gwen Stefani.

Idioms of Fool:

  1. fool into;
  2. play for a fool
  3. act the fool