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noun (follies)
  1. foolishness
The purchase of Alaska from Russia was termed Seward's folly.
  1. thoughtless action resulting in tragic consequence
This is a war of .
  1. a fanciful building built for purely ornamental reasons
Etymology: From Old French, fol "foolish".


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