Goofy and Wacky


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Goofy adjective – Ludicrous, foolish.
Usage example: wore a goofy hat

Wacky is a synonym for goofy in foolish topic. In some cases you can use "Wacky" instead an adjective "Goofy", when it comes to topics like crazy, silly, impractical. popular alternative
Nearby Words: goof, goofed, goofing
Synonyms for Goofy


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Wacky adjective – Ludicrous, foolish.
Usage example: some wacky plan for selling more books

Goofy is a synonym for wacky in foolish topic. You can use "Goofy" instead an adjective "Wacky", if it concerns topics such as crazy, impractical, loopy. popular alternative
Synonyms for Wacky

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  • Uptight Loves Wild Winnie is goofy and wacky and an immortal, magic-using witch with awesome hair.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child Wilbur and Franny are a much milder example: he's always a little goofy while she jumps around from serious to very wacky.
  • Western Animation / Teen Titans If Puffy Ami Yumi sing in Japanese, you're getting one of the wacky, goofy episodes.
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