Idioms related to Fool

throw dust in eyes
throw dust in eyes Meaning: – to confuse or mislead somebody to deceive – make a fool of Examples: 1. She threw dust in the eyes of the ... Read on
not born yesterday
not born yesterday Meaning: not a completely naive person. Example: The Citi Bank Credit Card agent thinks, he can fool me, but I wasn’t born yesterday and I ... Read on

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by and by
by and by Meaning: later; in due course; before long. Example: The British Metro train moved in and out of tunnels on that rocky terrain and, by and ... Read on

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