goofy

[ goo-fee ]SEE DEFINITION OF goofy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOOFY

Some goofy new gland, I suppose—or as you guessed, a mutational development.

Brooks had just landed with his goofy student and was crawling out of his cockpit when he saw the ship hit.

He jumped back into his cockpit, gave his still idling motor the gun and took off, his goofy student still in the rear seat.

They looked so midwestern and goofy, and he gave them his wolfy smile—hello, little piggies, here to blow your house down.

If I keep doing all these goofy things for you, Ill never make commander.

"A goofy idea just occurred to me, but I think it may work out," Tom replied.

WORD ORIGIN

1921, from goof + -y (2). The Disney character of that name began life c.1929 as Dippy Dawg.

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