No, sir-ee!--they coulden't fool the old man on that ancient dodge.
John Thomas rambled on: "Tom Brown can't fool people with brains, you bet you--Angus's woman explained it all to me.
It is a fact, that Brigham would stop if a buffalo did not fall at the first fire, so as to give me a second chance, but if I did not kill the buffalo then, he would go on, as if to say, "You are no good, and I will not fool away time by giving you more than two shots."
I's gwine show dem fool niggers I don' take no fumi-diddles off'n nobody."
You can't fool your wife.
Now we must desert thee, With the lines that begirt thee, And the red-coated saints domineer; Who with liberty fool thee, While a monster doth rule thee, And thou feel’st what before thou didst fear.
He won't laugh so easily when he's up before a jury for murder; and he'll never again fool women or bulldoze men, even if they are weak enough to acquit him of this crime.
I was still messing with Major Brown, with whom I went into the village to purchase a supply of provisions for our mess; but unfortunately we were in too jolly a mood to fool away money on "grub."
Fool hens, the woodsman called them, and the motley and mark of their weak mentality were a red badge near the eye.
"I'll tell you, I am a regular juggler; I know all the tricks of gamblers and I'd fool a fellow."
The little turtle that could not stop talking and how Brother Rabbit fooled the whale and the elephant.
You can't fool the stars. (
"That is, next to your shrewdness and tact; everything depends upon you, really, and whether you can fool Smith.
Gie fools their silks, and knaves their wine,-- A man's a man for a' that, For a' that, an' a' that, Their tinsel show, an' a' that: The honest man, tho' e'er sae poor, Is king o' men for a' that.
When publick villany, too strong for justice, Shows his bold front, the harbinger of ruin, Can brave Leontius call for airy wonders, Which cheats interpret, and which fools regard?
He hung it on the wall and fooled the rabbits with it for nearly an hour.
Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks Within his bending sickle's compass come; Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
I had set my heart on fooling Kybird and Smith, and now all my trouble is wasted.
"Don't try to fool Mrs. Jones, Wildwood," advised Marco. "
You'll have to fool your husband.
Fool about a horse.
You fool, you cursed fool!'
Moonlight fools a feller the worst kind.
cause it was possible that Donnegan might have seen her handwriting and in that case, though the imitation had been good enough to deceive Nelly herself, it probably would not for a moment fool the keen eyes of Donnegan.
My friend Montana fooled everybody.
And if only Mathewson had not given Yerkes a base on balls in the tenth inning the game might not have been won, even with the fielding blunders, but Mathewson was pitching with all the desperation and the cunning which he could muster to fool the batter and failed to do so.
But they failed to fool anybody, for the first one to come along was Mike, their father's hostler, who at once discovered the boys, and, saying "Ah!
You fooled the simple, honest youth; It cost but little art in sooth, To do what none today will dare.
But Kelley was making an easy living "catching suckers," and there was no real reason why he should go through the hardships of training and actually fighting so long as he could fool the youngsters who regarded him as a one-time great and shining light of the prize ring.
Ye mind how I fool ye, when I'm singin', by walkin' round and round the stage after a verse?
Seth Quin 's a fool, 'n' always wuz," replied the cook, with a seemingly uncalled-for acerbity of tone. "
"Yes, Aunt Comfort, that little speck, as you call it, makes all the difference--it makes O into Q." "Oh, go 'way, child," said she, indignantly, "you isn't gwine to fool me dat ar way.
Oh, what fools vanity and pride make of us!
Thus craftily are we fooled by the Lords of Destiny, whose caprice it is to affect remoteness from us and a lofty unconcern for our poor little doings.
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"'We have too many fool things now,' said Bill, mournfully.
Dost remember the tale how that he fooled the worshipful Signoria to leave him a week in peace, that he might take the blessed sacrament quietly, finding therein 'a holy joy' that should fit him to proceed to the service of Venice--looking, meanwhile, for means of escape?"
"It just shows," he said under his breath, "what fools the shrewdest of us can be sometimes.
When he was not looking I hid the package of snuff under the straw, and rattled the straw a little, and he opened his eyes and looked at me as much as to say: "You can't fool old Shadrack, for I am onto you."
However, everyone agreed that she knew very well how to fool the sterner sex.
Den de sarpint he go fotch her a yaller apple, an' she took one bite, an' den says she: 'Go 'long wid ye, you fool sarpint, wot you fotch me dat June apple wot ain't got no taste to it?'
Reckon you'd be safe, too, except when some of them fool saloon loafers or bad cowpunchers would try to shoot you for the glory in it.
Nobody fool Rod!"
Many fantastic shapes rise up, but they must be mine in private:--already I have fooled the reader to the top of his bent;--else could I omit that strange creature Woollett, who existed in trying the question, and bought litigations?--and still stranger, inimitable, solemn Hepworth, from whose gravity Newton might have deduced the law of gravitation.
'Told you we'd fooled 'em,' whispered Dave. '
Joel got safely by Dutton, and fooled the sprightly Prince, but very nearly ran into the arms of Kingdon, who missed his tackle by a bare six inches.
Why, that's the way To fool their preparation and to conquer Their most absurd intents.
And look at them fool bays prance!"
"'But it might be difficult to fool the police,' he said, in a minute.
Of course I can't make out what she's like, though I bet you her hull and funnels are camouflaged to beat the band, so as to fool those Hun submarine pirates with the stripes of black and white.