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  • v  be about
  • v  act foolishly, as by talking nonsense
  • s  (informal) small and of little importance
    a footling gesture

  • These are not piddling concerns, but they are put to the footling purpose of endless windbaggery.
  • A well-nigh endless series of footling governments has done little to help her out of it.
  • Four years ago New York's Red-hunting Representative Fish demonstrated how a little material could be piled into a mountain of headlines when he headed a footling House inquiry .

  • John Peel in
    ) John wrote in Sounds magazine: "Frankly, I listen to music with no concern whatever for the race, colour, religion, preference in breakfast foods, height, shoe size or whatever-you-like of the music makers. The only footling prejudice I do permit...

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