Antonym: sagacious, wise. Similar words: polish, abolish, polished, fool, hooligan, symbolise, symbolism, publisher. Meaning: [fuːlɪʃ] adj. 1. devoid of good sense or judgment 2. having or revealing stupidity.
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2. Penny wise and pound foolish.
6. Being reluctant to think , unwilling to study intensively and under-stand deeply and being complacentand satisfied at negligible knowledgeall are the cause of poor intelligence, which can be germed as "foolish".
11. Jack could not account for his foolish mistake.
12. His foolish behaviour may jeopardize his whole future.
13. What induced you to do such a foolish thing?
14. She's a foolish interfering old woman!
15. No one is foolish enough to endorse it.
16. It was a very foolish thing to do.
17. It's foolish to idle away one's precious time.
18. Can you persuade him out of his foolish plans?
19. His mind is lumbered with foolish ideas.
20. It would be foolish to raise hopes unnecessarily.
21. Don't try to make me look foolish.
22. It would be foolish for us to quarrel.
23. It is foolish to haphazardly adventure.
24. He is commonly supposed to be foolish.
25. We have made a foolish mistake.
26. She's just a vain,(sentencedict.com) foolish woman.
27. I thought the whole idea was just a foolish and dangerous delusion.
28. The accident was my fault-it would be foolish to pretend otherwise.
29. I've never heard anything so foolish in all my life.
30. His foolish act has brought a storm about his ears.
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