Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Making a fool of oneself is something Power, 38, knows all about.
"Sometimes one makes a fool of oneself, does something with the wrong person for all the wrong reasons."
"You know, I can remember the urge to make a fool of oneself over a young lady.
In short, Walden had rediscovered the pleasure to be had by taking pains to make a fool of oneself.
Few commanders enjoy visiting outposts in enemy country: the risks of making a fool of oneself are relative to the distance from base.
Perhaps I should have done it before, but I suppose one's always afraid of making a fool of oneself.'
"I learned to ski when I was 30, which takes a certain amount of willingness to make a fool of oneself," said Mr. Dillon.
She has everything in its place, all those little details that keep one from making a fool of oneself in public, and she can access faster than I can think, sometimes??
What the poetry is about is riding hard, punching cows, making a fool of oneself, and the ache of being poor in old age, when "memory replaces hope," in Bruce Kiskadoon's phrase.
It is thought neither whimsical nor absurdly divisive to spend money on one's friends but not on strangers; to attempt to do so, other than in special social circumstances, will be to make a fool of oneself.
So if the average player were to approach a grandmaster and ask whether he could recommend the use of a certain attacking variation, no firm, honest answer could be given without the risk of making a fool of oneself.
Look here, old fellow," he went on, dropping his bantering tone, "it's rather awkward to make a fool of oneself over a lady who is engaged to some one else, especially if one suspects that with a little encouragement she might begin to walk the same road.
The owners would distinguish themselves not by taking club control away from Schott, or by suspending her, but by saying that while her speech and actions are despicable, it is also true that in America everyone has a right to make a fool of oneself.
However taciturn the average Ythrian was, however unwilling to make a fool of oneself by declaiming the obvious, still, when some two million enfranchised adults were hooked into a matter of as great moment as this, the questions and comments that arrived must be filtered.
Given the popularity of reality TV and the built-in opportunity to make a fool of oneself for relatively small change, the Pierrot show seemed deftly on the money as models evinced the action (sort of) of a pornographic movie being shot in, of all places, the ballroom of the Pennsylvania Hotel on Seventh Avenue.