foolish definition

  • adjective:
    • Lacking or displaying a lack of sense or wisdom; silly: foolish remarks.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Arousing laughter; outrageous or absurd: a foolish grin.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: silly pride; foolish love.
    • ashamed; abashed: i'm silly suggesting this.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested each of their money on foolish little knickknacks.
    • poor good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; weak in intellect; without wisdom or discernment; ridiculous; unwise.
    • including a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; exhibiting a want of wisdom or discretion.
    • outrageous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • having or exposing stupidity
    • lacking sense or wisdom
    • Lacking or displaying too little sense or judgment; silly: silly remarks.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish decision.
    • Arousing laughter; ridiculous or ridiculous: a foolish smile.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: silly pleasure; silly love.
    • ashamed; abashed: personally i think foolish letting you know this.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested all of their money on silly little knickknacks.
    • poor sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; poor in intellect; without wisdom or discernment; absurd; unwise.
    • particularly a fool would do; continuing from weakness of head or silliness; exhibiting a want of view or discretion.
    • Absurd; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • having or exposing stupidity
    • without common sense or view
    • Lacking or exhibiting a lack of common sense or wisdom; silly: silly remarks.
    • Resulting from stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish decision.
    • Arousing laughter; absurd or absurd: a foolish smile.
    • Immoderate or stubborn; unreasonable: silly pride; silly love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: I feel foolish telling you this.
    • Insignificant; trivial: invested all their money on foolish little knickknacks.
    • Lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; poor in intellect; without judgment or discernment; silly; unwise.
    • such as for instance a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; displaying a want of judgment or discernment.
    • outrageous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • poor or displaying too little common sense or wisdom; silly: foolish remarks.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish decision.
    • Arousing laughter; ridiculous or ridiculous: a foolish smile.
    • Immoderate or stubborn; unreasonable: foolish pleasure; foolish love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: i'm foolish telling you this.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested all their money on silly small knickknacks.
    • poor common sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Lacking or exhibiting insufficient sense or judgment; silly: silly remarks.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; poor in intellect; without judgment or discretion; ridiculous; unwise.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • including a fool would do; continuing from weakness of brain or silliness; exhibiting a want of view or discretion.
    • Arousing laughter; ridiculous or ridiculous: a foolish grin.
    • ridiculous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: foolish pleasure; silly love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: I feel silly letting you know this.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: spent each of their cash on foolish little knickknacks.
    • Lacking or exhibiting a lack of good sense or view; silly: foolish remarks.
    • Lacking or displaying a lack of common sense or judgment; silly: foolish remarks.
    • Resulting from stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Arousing laughter; absurd or absurd: a foolish smile.
    • Arousing laughter; ridiculous or absurd: a foolish grin.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: foolish pleasure; silly love.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: foolish pleasure; silly love.
    • ashamed; abashed: I feel silly letting you know this.
    • Insignificant; trivial: invested each of their money on foolish small knickknacks.
    • Lacking common sense or judgement; unwise.
    • poor sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or feature of a fool.
    • Resembling or feature of a fool.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; weak in intellect; without view or discernment; ridiculous; unwise.
    • devoid of common sense or judgment
    • particularly a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; exhibiting a want of judgment or discernment.
    • outrageous; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • Lacking or displaying a lack of good sense or view; silly: foolish remarks.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish decision.
    • Arousing laughter; outrageous or absurd: a foolish smile.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: foolish pleasure; silly love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: i'm silly suggesting this.
    • devoid of sense or wisdom
    • Lacking or displaying insufficient common sense or view; silly: foolish remarks.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Arousing laughter; absurd or ridiculous: a foolish smile.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: silly pleasure; silly love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: I feel silly letting you know this.
    • Insignificant; trivial: spent all of their cash on foolish little knickknacks.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • lacking good sense or judgment
    • Lacking or displaying insufficient common sense or wisdom; silly: foolish remarks.
    • Lacking or exhibiting a lack of common sense or judgment; silly: silly remarks.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: i'm foolish suggesting this.
    • Lacking or exhibiting deficiencies in sense or wisdom; silly: silly remarks.
    • poor good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Lacking or exhibiting a lack of good sense or judgment; silly: foolish remarks.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; poor in intellect; without judgment or discretion; ridiculous; unwise.
    • Insignificant; trivial: invested all their cash on silly small knickknacks.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • caused by stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Resulting from stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Resulting from stupidity or misinformation; unwise: a foolish choice.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested almost all their cash on foolish little knickknacks.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; weak in intellect; without view or discretion; absurd; unwise.
    • Lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Such as a fool would do; continuing from weakness of head or silliness; exhibiting a want of judgment or discretion.
    • stimulating laughter; ridiculous or absurd: a foolish grin.
    • Arousing laughter; absurd or ridiculous: a foolish smile.
    • Arousing laughter; outrageous or absurd: a foolish smile.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • like a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; exhibiting a want of wisdom or discretion.
    • Lacking common sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Arousing laughter; outrageous or ridiculous: a foolish grin.
    • Immoderate or stubborn; unreasonable: silly pride; silly love.
    • ridiculous; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • Immoderate or persistent; unreasonable: silly pride; foolish love.
    • Immoderate or stubborn; unreasonable: silly pleasure; silly love.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; poor in intellect; without view or discernment; ridiculous; unwise.
    • ridiculous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Immoderate or stubborn; unreasonable: foolish pride; foolish love.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: I feel foolish telling you this.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: I feel silly letting you know this.
    • ashamed; abashed: I feel foolish letting you know this.
    • Embarrassed; abashed: i'm silly letting you know this.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; weak in intellect; without judgment or discretion; absurd; unwise.
    • particularly a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; exhibiting a want of view or discretion.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested each of their cash on foolish small knickknacks.
    • Insignificant; trivial: spent all of their money on silly small knickknacks.
    • Insignificant; insignificant: invested all of their cash on foolish little knickknacks.
    • Lacking common sense or judgement; unwise.
    • ridiculous; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • Insignificant; trivial: invested all of their cash on silly small knickknacks.
    • such as for example a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of mind or silliness; displaying a want of view or discernment.
    • Lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • outrageous; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • poor good sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or characteristic of a fool.
    • poor sense or judgement; unwise.
    • Resembling or attribute of a fool.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; poor in intellect; without wisdom or discretion; silly; unwise.
    • Resembling or feature of a fool.
    • Resembling or feature of a fool.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; poor in intellect; without view or discretion; absurd; unwise.
    • such a fool would do; continuing from weakness of head or silliness; displaying a want of wisdom or discernment.
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of comprehension; poor in intellect; without view or discretion; ridiculous; unwise.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; poor in intellect; without view or discernment; silly; unwise.
    • particularly a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of brain or silliness; displaying a want of judgment or discretion.
    • such as for instance a fool would do; continuing from weakness of head or silliness; displaying a want of judgment or discernment.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • particularly a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of mind or silliness; exhibiting a want of judgment or discernment.
    • devoid of sense or judgment
    • Absurd; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible.
    • Absurd; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • ridiculous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • without sense or view
    • ridiculous; absurd; despicable; contemptible.
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • without good sense or judgment
    • lacking common sense or view
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • devoid of sense or view
    • devoid of good sense or judgment
    • having or exposing stupidity
    • without common sense or wisdom
    • having or revealing stupidity
    • lacking common sense or wisdom
  • others:
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; deficient in comprehending, sense, or discernment; weak in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; ridiculous; vain; trifling.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see outrageous); shallow, brainless, harebrained, quick.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in comprehending, sense, or discernment; weak in intellect or wisdom; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; ridiculous; vain; trifling.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see ridiculous); superficial, brainless, harebrained, easy.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; deficient in understanding, feeling, or discernment; poor in intellect or wisdom; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; absurd; vain; trifling.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; deficient in understanding, good sense, or discretion; weak in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; absurd; vain; trifling.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see outrageous); low, brainless, harebrained, easy.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see absurd); low, brainless, harebrained, simple.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; deficient in comprehending, feeling, or discernment; poor in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discretion or discrimination; silly; vain; trifling.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see outrageous); shallow, brainless, harebrained, easy.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; deficient in understanding, feeling, or discretion; poor in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in comprehending, sense, or discretion; poor in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; silly; vain; trifling.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; silly; vain; trifling.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in understanding, sense, or discretion; weak in intellect or judgment; unwise.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discretion or discrimination; absurd; vain; trifling.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in comprehending, sense, or discretion; poor in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see absurd); low, brainless, harebrained, quick.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see absurd); shallow, brainless, harebrained, quick.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discretion or discrimination; ridiculous; vain; trifling.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see absurd); superficial, brainless, harebrained, simple.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in understanding, sense, or discernment; weak in intellect or view; unwise.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in comprehending, feeling, or discretion; poor in intellect or wisdom; unwise.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; ridiculous; vain; trifling.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in understanding, good sense, or discernment; poor in intellect or judgment; unwise.
    • Like a fool; manifesting folly; lacking in understanding, good sense, or discernment; poor in intellect or wisdom; unwise.
    • Proceeding from or prompted by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; absurd; vain; trifling.
    • absurd; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Proceeding from or prompted by folly; exhibiting a want of discretion or discrimination; absurd; vain; trifling.
    • Proceeding from or encouraged by folly; exhibiting a want of discernment or discrimination; ridiculous; vain; trifling.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see absurd); low, brainless, harebrained, simple.
    • Ridiculous; contemptible.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Denoting or indicative of folly.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see outrageous); shallow, brainless, harebrained, simple.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see ridiculous); low, brainless, harebrained, simple.
    • Slight; insignificant.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see ridiculous); shallow, brainless, harebrained, quick.
    • Synonyms Silly, Foolish (see ridiculous); superficial, brainless, harebrained, simple.

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