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Main Entry: folály
Pronunciation: 'fŠ-lE
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural follies
Etymology: Middle English folie, from Old French, from folfool
1 : lack of good sense or normal prudence and foresight
2 a : criminally or tragically foolish actions or conduct b obsolete : EVIL, WICKEDNESS; especially : lewd behavior
3 : a foolish act or idea
4 : an excessively costly or unprofitable undertaking
5 : an often extravagant picturesque building erected to suit a fanciful taste

just felt like reminding people about the nature of folly.