Definitions for "FOLLY"
Keywords:  foolish, weak, mind, gravest, loto
That "gift and faculty divine" whose creative and controlling energy inspires Man's mind, guides his actions and adorns his life. Folly! although Erasmus praised thee once In a thick volume, and all authors known, If not thy glory yet thy power have shown, Deign to take homage from thy son who hunts Through all thy maze his brothers, fool and dunce, To mend their lives and to sustain his own, However feebly be his arrows thrown, Howe'er each hide the flying weapons blunts. All-Father Folly! be it mine to raise, With lusty lung, here on his western strand With all thine offspring thronged from every land, Thyself inspiring me, the song of praise. And if too weak, I'll hire, to help me bawl, Dick Watson Gilder, gravest of us all. Aramis Loto Frope
The state of being foolish; want of good sense; levity, weakness, or derangement of mind.
A foolish act; an inconsiderate or thoughtless procedure; weak or light-minded conduct; foolery.
A decorative building or structure often built as part of a landscaped park or estate of a country house.
a garden building built primarily for visual effect: to "fool" the eye.
A garden structure which can be seen as a folly (by its owner or by visitors) because of its appearance, cost or lack of utility (eg a sham castle, an artificial ruin or a hermit's cell).
Keywords:  towle, arben, geoff, tummillo, agim
Folly are a band from Sussex, New Jersey. Their music is a mix of hardcore, punk and ska. The band's current lineup includes Arben Colaku on bass, Geoff Towle on guitar, Anthony Wille on drums, Agim Colaku on guitar, and Jon Tummillo on vocals.
Folly is the pursuit of policy contrary to the self-interest of the constituency or state involved. Self-interest is whatever conduces to the welfare or advantage of the body being governed; folly is a policy that in these terms is counter-productive. Barbara Tuchman
Gable: Gazebo: in front of a random apartment complex on magnolia ( a little further down from the catholic church, on the left side of the road)
Keywords:  rashly, stupidly, trait, acting
the trait of acting stupidly or rashly
a small white pilastered temple where people sit during the summer to look picturesque
Scandalous crime; sin; specifically, as applied to a woman, wantonness.
Keywords:  stupid, mistake
a stupid mistake
Keywords:  silly, error
a silly error
a structure that has no purpose, other than to please its creator
a structure with no specific function