foolish

What is the difference between foolish and absurd?

foolish | absurd | Synonyms |

Foolish is a synonym of absurd.


As adjectives the difference between foolish and absurd

is that foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise while absurd is contrary to reason or propriety; obviously and flatly opposed to manifest truth; inconsistent with the plain dictates of common sense; logically contradictory; nonsensical; ridiculous; silly .

As a noun absurd is

(obsolete) an absurdity .

What is the difference between foolish and turkey?

foolish | turkey |


As a adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun turkey is

either of two species of bird in the genus meleagris with fan-shaped tails and wattled necks.

What is the difference between clumsy and foolish?

clumsy | foolish |


As adjectives the difference between clumsy and foolish

is that clumsy is awkward, lacking coordination, not graceful, not dextrous while foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun clumsy

is a person.

What is the difference between childish and foolish?

childish | foolish |


As adjectives the difference between childish and foolish

is that childish is of or suitable for a child while foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

What is the difference between buffon and foolish?

buffon | foolish |

What is the difference between buffonery and foolish?

buffonery | foolish |

What is the difference between awkwardness and foolish?

awkwardness | foolish |


As a noun awkwardness

is the state or quality of being awkward.

As a adjective foolish is

lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

What is the difference between antic and foolish?

antic | foolish |


As adjectives the difference between antic and foolish

is that antic is (architecture|arts) grotesque, incongruous while foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun antic

is (architecture|arts|obsolete) a grotesque representation of a figure; a gargoyle.

As a verb antic

is to perform antics.

What is the difference between foolish and connotation?

foolish | connotation |


As a adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun connotation is

a meaning of a word or phrase that is suggested or implied, as opposed to a denotation, or literal meaning a characteristic of words or phrases, or of the contexts that words and phrases are used in.

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