Fruitless Undertaking Crossword Clue
Fruitless undertaking crossword clue. 11 letter, 2 words (5-6). Quick crosswrod Daily Mail on 1 Jun 2017.
The answer is FOOLS ERRAND
Fool’s errand meaning.
A Fool’s errand is an English idiom referring to a foolish undertaking or a task certain to fail.
“Fool’s Errand” is about disappointment, yet it is imbued with an uplifting confluence of melody. Full bodied drums and bright keys take the sepia tone of their more acoustic work and adjust it for full Technicolor. Pecknold sings of seeking a “sight dream” he never reaches, yet continues to try: “Blind love couldn’t win/As the facts all came in/But I know I’ll again/Chase after wind,” he says with levity despite the heavy circumstances.