1605, Joseph Hall, Meditations and Vowes, Diuine and Morall, London: John Porter, section 63:
Nothing doth so befoole a man as extreme passion; this doth both make them fooles, which otherwise are not; and show them to be fooles that are so […]
1637 July, Robert Sanderson, “[Ad Aulam.] Sermon VI. Otelands, July 1637.”, in XXXIV Sermons.[…], 5th edition, London: […][A. Clark] for A. Seil, and are to be sold by G. Sawbridge,[…], published 1671, →OCLC, paragraph 10, page 81:
[T]hey ſettle upon their ovvn dregs, and grovv muddy and muſty vvith long eaſe, and their proſperity befooleth them to their ovvn deſtruction.