fool-hearted

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From fool +‎ hearted, or perhaps an alteration of full-hearted.

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fool-hearted (comparative more fool-hearted, superlative most fool-hearted)

  1. Having the heart of a fool; foolish.
    • 2012, Nicole Williams, Crash:
      “I'm fool-hearted enough to believe love can conquer all,” Dad admitted. I laughed a little, but it sounded all off since I was trying not to cry. “You are fool-hearted,” I said.

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