Definition for FOOL'ISH


  1. Void of understanding or sound judgment; weak in intellect; applied to general character.
  2. Unwise; imprudent; acting without judgment or discretion in particular things.
  3. Proceeding from folly, or marked with folly; silly; vain; trifling. But foolish questions avoid. 2 Tim. ii.
  4. Ridiculous; despicable. A foolish figure he must make. Prior.
  5. In Scripture, wicked; sinful; acting without regard to the divine law and glory, or to one's own eternal happiness. O foolish Galatians. Gal. iii.
  6. Proceeding from depravity; sinful; as, foolish lusts. 1 Tim. vi.

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