foolish woman

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Noun1.foolish woman - a female fool
fool, muggins, saphead, tomfool, sap - a person who lacks good judgment
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Are there any limits to the mischief that can be done by the tongue of a foolish woman? The landlady at my lodgings is the woman, in this case.
He kept on saying you would never come any more, and that I was a foolish woman. He was very kind to me, and to mother, and to all of us after father's death.
She seized the foolish woman by the shoulders, forced her back in the chair, and looked her straight in the face without uttering a word.
"Dear," she said, "you are not the only foolish woman in the world." .
"Foolish woman!" responded the physician, half coldly, half soothingly.
"I dare say I am merely a foolish woman with a young girl's fancies.
I know I am a foolish woman, but I want my man for myself.
You are already sacrificed to the folly of the most foolish woman living.
The doctor had said she must bathe him every night, and she, foolish woman, believed him.
secundo , of a dishonorable act of violence upon the person of a foolish woman, in proejudicium meretricis; tertio , of rebellion and disloyalty towards the archers of the police of our lord, the king.
Make this foolish woman understand that she can't behave like this to a lady in misfortune .
As Eleanor Fairlie (aged seven-and-thirty), she was always talking pretentious nonsense, and always worrying the unfortunate men with every small exaction which a vain and foolish woman can impose on long-suffering male humanity.