fool around


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  • verb

Synonyms for fool around

indulge in horseplay

commit adultery

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Coleen says Do not let him treat you like this - tell him straight out that you still like him as a friend, but you're not going to fool around any more and if he can't accept that then he's no friend.
Yn ogystal ag ennill y Crochan Aur eleni, Rhys Evans a Fool Around enillodd ras Clasur Cymru yn Rasus Tregaron yn Nhairgwaith y llynedd.
If you fool around in the service business, you get fool around pay.
Three of the girls secretly have boyfriends but if the Dubliner correctly guesses the singleton, the pair will share pounds 10,000 in the second series of Fool Around.
However, modern day `customers' sadly go racing to drink beer and fool around with a few tote bets-on whatever is provided.
What if Ryan's hunky straight best friend would fool around with him to cheer his buddy up?
When your job is to protect large, extended enterprises, you simply don't fool around -- you need a solution such as Asigra Televaulting that is proven and secure to safeguard your data," said Stacy Hayes, vice president of operations and business development of DS3 DataVaulting.
HAIR-RAISING James and David fool around in fake D&J Briefs advert
Kelly and Billy fool around on St Barts Pictures: GOFFPHOTOS.