Foolish and Goofy


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Foolish adjective – Devoid of good sense or judgment.
Usage example: foolish remarks

Goofy is a synonym for foolish in silly topic. In some cases you can use "Goofy" instead an adjective "Foolish".
Nearby Words: fool, foolishness, foolery, foolishly
Synonyms for Foolish


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Goofy adjective – Lacking in seriousness or maturity.
Usage example: it's not appropriate to be goofy at a funeral

Foolish is a synonym for goofy in silly topic. You can use "Foolish" instead an adjective "Goofy".
Nearby Words: goof, goofed, goofing
Synonyms for Goofy

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  • Web Animation / Mighty Magiswords Bunny-Ears Lawyer: As goofy and foolish the Warriors are, they get the job done.
  • Genius Ditz He's a goofy, somewhat foolish young teenager, but his strategies and imagination are utterly brilliant, and have saved countless lives.
    Source: Genius Ditz
  • Series / Hannah Montana Adorkable: Much of the show's success can be attributed to Miley Cyrus' bright and energetic personality combined with her goofy mannerisms and a total willingness to look foolish on camera.
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