Goofer



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  • Go off on someone

    verb phrase To lose one’s temper; attack someone: Now think about this before you go off on me (1980s+ Students)

  • Go off the rails

    verb phrase To behave abnormally; lose stability: Most of what she said was okay, but she went off the rails with that last remark (1848+)



  • Goofiest

    [goo-fee] /ˈgu fi/ adjective, goofier, goofiest. Slang. 1. ridiculous; silly; wacky; nutty: a goofy little hat. /ˈɡuːfɪ/ adjective (informal) goofier, goofiest 1. foolish; silly; stupid 2. (Brit) (of teeth) sticking out; protruding adj. 1921, from goof + -y (2). The Disney character of that name began life c.1929 as Dippy Dawg. adjective Silly; foolish; crazy; […]

  • Goofily

    [goo-fee] /ˈgu fi/ adjective, goofier, goofiest. Slang. 1. ridiculous; silly; wacky; nutty: a goofy little hat. /ˈɡuːfɪ/ adjective (informal) goofier, goofiest 1. foolish; silly; stupid 2. (Brit) (of teeth) sticking out; protruding adj. 1921, from goof + -y (2). The Disney character of that name began life c.1929 as Dippy Dawg. adjective Silly; foolish; crazy; […]



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