Foolish and Wild


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Foolish adjective – Conceived or made without regard for reason or reality.
Usage example: foolish attempts to construct a perpetual motion machine

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


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Wild adjective – Conceived or made without regard for reason or reality.
Usage example: some wild claim that he was abducted by aliens

Foolish is a synonym for wild in disorderly topic. Sometimes you can use "Foolish" instead an adjective "Wild", if it concerns topics such as unreasonable, madcap.
Nearby Words: wildly, wilding, wilde
Synonyms for Wild

Things that words describes

girl foolish girl wild girl
woman foolish woman wild woman
boy foolish boy wild boy
idea foolish idea wild idea
Other nouns: men, nature, game, child, behavior, humans, ideas.

Both words in one sentence

  • Island of Mystery The demons and wild beasts would torment and attack any ships that passed or anyone that was foolish enough to wander onto the island.
  • Appeal to Force She's treated a lot more gently than her rival, who was foolish enough to send her army and (plus the more skilled members of her bodyguard) off on a wild goose chase to other parts of the kingdom.
  • The Wild Hunt The Seleighe version hunts evil men whom mortal laws cannot touch, and the Unselieghe version hunts anyone foolish enough to be out during a Wild Hunt, but especially the innocent.
    Source: The Wild Hunt
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Wild or Foolish. 2016. Accessed October 24, 2020.

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