Asked in Idioms, Cliches, and Slang
What does the expression to play the fool with someone mean?
What does the expression 'to play the fool with someone' mean? Play someone for a fool: to treat someone like a fool; to assume someone is naive or stupid Play someone for a fool, (American or Australian): to treat someone as if they are stupid, especially by trying to get something from them in a way that is not fair ...
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Did Henry Childs play for the Denver Bronchos?
He may have been in their training camp at one time but Henry Childs did not play in a regular season game for the Denver Broncos. Childs played for the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints in 1974, Saints between 1975-1980, Los Angeles Rams in 1981, and Green Bay Packers in 1984. ...
What does the idiomatic expression play with fire mean?
To be involved with something risky and/or dangerous. It can also be used to imply that one has a foolish disregard for danger. "Playing with fire" means to do something which you are at a risk of getting hurt. It as used as a piece of advice to get someone not to do something that may endanger them or anyone around them. It means to do intentionally something that is dangerous or potentially dangerous. ...