foolery

[foo-luh-ree]
noun, plural fooleries.
1.
foolish action or conduct.
2.
a foolish action, performance, or thing.

Origin:
1545–55; fool1 + -ery

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foolery (ˈfuːlərɪ)
 
n , pl -eries
1.  foolish behaviour
2.  an instance of this, esp a prank or trick

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Example sentences
It derives its fun, also, from pages and their foolery.
All that's happened so far is through our not having the sense to keep
  quiet-worrying them with guns and such foolery.
Wears me out thinking about the tom foolery being done in the name of desire.
The lady of the team serves as a good foil for his foolery.
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