silly[ sil-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF silly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SILLY
It is little use telling one's self that one's fear is silly.
How silly of you, Toinette, to be so afflicted at his death.
If he comes wooing again, I shall not be so silly as I was the last time.
But how should I know he would care to hear about a lot of silly Mammoths.
Very odd, he thought; what had the silly Indians been up to now?
But those hill dwellers cannot read; do you not know that, you silly?
Now I wonder if you do, or if some idea of silly pride makes you say so.
I never felt so silly, or so much abashed, as at this instant.
And force is a crime in the eyes of the fools, the weak and the silly who rule the roost.
But do you think, silly boy, that the thought was new to me?
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