Definition of Foolisher

1. Adjective. (nonstandard or humorous) (comparative of foolish) ¹



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Definition of Foolisher

1. foolish [adj] - See also: foolish

Lexicographical Neighbors of Foolisher

foolhardihood
foolhardily
foolhardiness
foolhardinesses
foolhardise
foolhardy
foolheartedly
foolhood
foolify
fooling
fooling about
fooling around
foolings
foolish
foolish woman
foolisher (current term)
foolishest
foolishly
foolishness
foolishnesses
foolometer
foolometers
foolproof
fools
fools' errands
fools around
fools rush in where angels fear to tread
foolscap
foolscaps
foom

Literary usage of Foolisher

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. D. Dinkelspiel: His Gonversationings by George Vere Hobart (1900)
""A foolisher is a female foolishness," I set, und don ve vent home to dinner, vich I could nod eat ..."

2. The Letters of John B.S. Morritt of Rokeby Descriptive of Journeys in Europe by John Bacon Sawrey Morritt (1914)
"How much more happy we men should think ourselves if we read "genteel young ladies with amiable fortunes "! Adieu, dear Annette. Heaven keep you foolisher ..."

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