Definition of foolish in English:

foolish

Syllabification: fool·ish
Pronunciation: /ˈfo͞oliSH
 
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adjective

(Of a person or action) lacking good sense or judgment; unwise: it was foolish of you to enter into correspondence
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  • The Government would be very unwise and foolish to attempt to get rid of her.
  • She had been so foolish to think she could fall in love with another.
  • How could I be so foolish to think this would go any differently?
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