Foolish and Shallow

Foolish

Foolish adjective - Showing or marked by a lack of good sense or judgment.

Shallow is a synonym for foolish. In some cases you can use "Shallow" instead an adjective "Foolish".

Nearby Words: fool, foolishness, foolery, foolishly

Shallow

Shallow adjective - Lacking significant physical depth.

Foolish is a synonym for shallow in superficial topic. You can use "Foolish" instead an adjective "Shallow", if it concerns topics such as frivolous, unintelligent.

Nearby Words: shallowed, shallowing

Both words in one sentence

  • In Dragon Age II the Arishok eventuallly gives one to the nobles of Kirkwall, in which he calls them out on their selfish, foolish and shallow nature, vowing to make them see the truth.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me! Genuine pity is often portrayed as an affront to the dignity of the pitied, as the pity-er is at least implicitly signaling their advantage over and superiority to the pitied, though there is also the popular Aesop that too much Pride is foolish and shallow.
  • Anti-Role Model How it works is that the character who partakes in the undesirable behavior is portrayed as being rude, crude, possibly ugly, bullying, obnoxious, antisocial, stupid, foolish, misguided, shallow, arrogant, or any combination of these traits.
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