Foolfish



[fool-fish] /ˈfulˌfɪʃ/

noun, plural foolfishes (especially collectively) foolfish.
1.
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    [fool-hahr-dee] /ˈfulˌhɑr di/ adjective, foolhardier, foolhardiest. 1. recklessly or thoughtlessly bold; foolishly rash or venturesome. /ˈfuːlˌhɑːdɪ/ adjective -hardier, -hardiest 1. heedlessly rash or adventurous adj. early 13c., from fool (n.) + Middle English hardi “bold;” hence “foolishly brave” (see hardy). Cf. Old French fol hardi.

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    [fool-hahr-dee] /ˈfulˌhɑr di/ adjective, foolhardier, foolhardiest. 1. recklessly or thoughtlessly bold; foolishly rash or venturesome. /ˈfuːlˌhɑːdɪ/ adjective -hardier, -hardiest 1. heedlessly rash or adventurous adj. early 13c., from fool (n.) + Middle English hardi “bold;” hence “foolishly brave” (see hardy). Cf. Old French fol hardi.



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