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Silly (disambiguation)

silly         
a.
1.
Senseless, witless, stupid, foolish, simple, weak, childish, inept, weak-minded, brainless, shallow.
2.
Absurd, trifling, frivolous, extravagant, preposterous, nonsensical, unwise, indiscreet, imprudent.
silly         
adj.
1) silly about
2) silly to + inf. (it was silly of her to say that)
3) (misc.) to make smb. look silly
silly         
(sillier, silliest)
If you say that someone or something is silly, you mean that they are foolish, childish, or ridiculous.
My best friend tells me that I am silly to be upset about this...
That's a silly question.
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Silly

Silly may refer to:

Pronunciation examples for silly
1. So silly, so silly.
Taco USA - How Mexican Food Conquered America _ Gustavo Arellano _ Talks at Google
2. Silly, silly, agent.
Buying Foreclosures _ Trisha Ocona Francis _ Talks at Google
3. Silly.
The Lost Planet _ Rachel Searles _ Talks at Google
4. have heard silly, silly stuff.
Buying Foreclosures _ Trisha Ocona Francis _ Talks at Google
5. It was a silly movie and a silly, silly show,
The Secret Life of the American Musical _ Jack Viertel _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of silly
1. "This is a silly law by silly people for silly people," he said.
2. That‘s plain silly." It‘s not silly, though, to Orson Swindle.
3. THURMAN: I guess you worry that it‘s silly and you‘re going to look silly.
4. "He was just a silly, silly boy," blasted Sky Sports pundit Croft.
5. For pop stars, it is silly, very silly and Bob Geldof.