[ UK /tˈɒmfuːləɹi/ ]
  1. foolish or senseless behavior
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How To Use tomfoolery In A Sentence

  • A bit of buffoonery and tomfoolery are always welcome after a tense high wire act, during which everyone in the audience has been holding their breath, and looking anxiously upwards, in total empathy with the performer.
  • Roger gives me advice on legal stuff but I really need someone batting for me regarding contracts and that kind of tomfoolery.
  • While Crichton is trying to make the blatant point of “Watch out, this is what could happen,” it comes off as an over-the-top farce and tomfoolery. “Next” by Michael Crichton (Harpercollins, 2006) « The BookBanter Blog
  • A group of teenage girls whose tomfoolery led to one falling into a fast-flowing river must shoulder some blame for a man's drowning in a rescue attempt, a coroner said yesterday.
  • So let's all put a stop to this tomfoolery and cease and desist from giving these Ministers pats on the back for their poor behavior.
  • His tomfoolery is starting to reach championship levels.
  • My eyes hurt and my brain creaks in protest at the muppets and their tomfoolery.
  • I am not proud, also not commit tomfoolery, is tired of all depend on.
  • A brief summary is in order for those of you not inclined to keep track of shenanigans and other assorted tomfoolery.
  • There will be wine tasting and outlet shopping and general drunken tomfoolery.
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