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Today’s Three-Way Thursday Word is:
As in, “I was a fool for thinking that.” or “The child fooled them into thinking she could read.”
1. Fool: a person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person
(Definition found on Google.)
2. Fool: trick or deceive (someone); dupe (Definition found on Google).
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