Goofy and Mad


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Goofy adjective – Lacking in seriousness or maturity.
Mad and goofy are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mad" instead an adjective "Goofy".
Nearby Words: goof, goofed, goofing
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Mad adjective – Feeling or showing anger.
Goofy and mad are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Goofy" instead an adjective "Mad".
Nearby Words: madness, madly
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  • Beware the Silly Ones In The Hobbit, with the exception of Thorin, all the dwarves in the company range from mildly goofy to downright mad at times.
  • Webcomic / Narbonic Not-So-Harmless Villain: Helen comes across as a slightly goofy, hopelessly inept mad scientist playing to all the tropes (and a Hollywood Nerd).
  • Drunk with Power Goofy eventually takes his "How To Be In Charge" book seriously and grows mad with power as 'captain', calling his friends yeomen and throwing them in "the brig" (storage closet).
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