Definition of Damfool

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of damnfool) ¹



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Definition of Damfool

1. stupid [adj] - See also: stupid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Damfool

damboard
damboards
dambonite
dambose
dambrod
dambrods
dame
damehood
damehoods
damelopre
damelopres
dames
damewort
dameworts
damfool (current term)
damiana
damianas
damiaoite
daminozide
damlike
damma
dammable
dammar
dammar pine
dammar resin
dammara
dammarane
dammaras
dammars

Literary usage of Damfool

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1. The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page by Burton Jesse Hendrick, Woodrow Wilson (1922)
"Now, if either country should be damfool enough to throw this away because old Stone1 roars in the Senate about something that hasn't happened, ..."

2. My Year of the Great War by Frederick Palmer (1915)
"At times one had to laugh over what Mark Twain called " the damfool human race! " Inside a cookhouse at one end of the enclosure was a row of soup boilers. ..."

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