Crazy and Foolish


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Crazy adjective – Conceived or made without regard for reason or reality.
Usage example: the mansion is a crazy construction of several different styles

Foolish is a synonym for crazy in ability topic. In some cases you can use "Foolish" instead an adjective "Crazy", when it comes to topics like snooty, senseless, asinine, ridiculous. popular alternative
Nearby Words: craze, crazed
Synonyms for Crazy


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Foolish adjective – Showing or marked by a lack of good sense or judgment.
Usage example: a foolish scheme that was supposed to make us all rich

Crazy is a synonym for foolish in ability topic. You can use "Crazy" instead the word "Foolish" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as snooty, silly, dumb, asinine. informal substitute
Nearby Words: fool, foolishness, foolery, foolishly
Synonyms for Foolish

Things that words describes

person crazy person foolish person
action crazy action foolish action
man crazy man foolish man
woman crazy woman foolish woman
Other nouns: people, dream, idea, men, way, plan, driver, behavior, sister, ideas, stories, schemes.

Both words in one sentence

  • With most of his crazy plots from the show carried over, and how he had a tendency to foil his own schemes, Wily was generally seen as a foolish, if evil, old man by the readership.
  • The Yakuza code is portrayed as a joke, and every time honored tradition of the Yakuza is seen as outdated, foolish, or even just plain crazy.
  • Video Game / The Simpsons: Hit & Run Kang And Kodos tailored it to send humans crazy upon consuming it, and thus get good material for Foolish Earthlings.
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