foolish

Foolish vs Chowderheaded - What's the difference?

foolish | chowderheaded |


As adjectives the difference between foolish and chowderheaded

is that foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise while chowderheaded is stupid; foolish; lacking in common sense.

Foolish vs Dotage - What's the difference?

foolish | dotage |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun dotage is

decline in judgment and other cognitive functions, associated with aging; senility.

Foolish vs Derp - What's the difference?

foolish | derp |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As an interjection derp is

(slang).

As a verb derp is

to act stupidly or foolishly.

Foolish vs Harebrained - What's the difference?

foolish | harebrained |


As adjectives the difference between foolish and harebrained

is that foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise while harebrained is (of an idea or plan etc) absurd, foolish or stupid.

Foolish vs Pinhead - What's the difference?

foolish | pinhead |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun pinhead is

the head of a pin.

Foolish vs Gumph - What's the difference?

foolish | gumph |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun gumph is

a foolish person; a gump.

Foolish vs Goonie - What's the difference?

foolish | goonie |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun goonie is

any of several albatrosses, especially the , that dwell primarily on islands in the pacific ocean, often near naval bases.

Foolish vs Gunzel - What's the difference?

foolish | gunzel |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun gunzel is

in australia, a railway enthusiast originally derogatory, referring to overly enthusiastic or foolish rail fans now refers to railway enthusiasts in general, and the term is often used with pride.

As a verb gunzel is

to engage in railway enthusiast activities.

Foolish vs Foolishly - What's the difference?

foolish | foolishly |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As an adverb foolishly is

in a foolish manner.

Foolish vs Apeth - What's the difference?

foolish | apeth |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun apeth is

a halfpennyworth.

As a verb apeth is

(archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

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