from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Silly; ridiculous: a goofy hat.
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- adj. silly, quirky
- adj. riding with right foot forward.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. foolish and silly, or appearing silly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cartoon character created by Walt Disney
- adj. ludicrous, foolish
One used the word goofy to describe him.88 Some thought of him as a lightweight who had not mastered foreign policy.
I've taken enough dance lessons to expect familiar songs in goofy, step-specific cover versions.
He described the central conflict of ToonTown Online: battle corporate goons in goofy ways, like throwing cream pies.
Nevermind that the Women of America continue to permit clothing makers to size trousers in goofy ways that have nada to do with the variety of actual body shapes we come in.
When you start throwing in goofy aliens with weird “powers” (or Chicago mobsters, or Nazis, or mutants, or ….) you are starting to get awfully close to reskinning fantasy in space.
If you are calling yourself goofy ( "as his latest losing streak helps distract the truly goofy from the issues") then I am sorry.
You guys need to keep Timmy Boy up front and center, as his latest losing streak helps distract the truly goofy from the issues.
On the other hand, Mickelson flopped in goofy "What Will Phil Do Next?" commercials for Ford; plus, he struggled on the course.
There will be political fools and satirical fools and just plain goofy fools.
Listen thats just plain goofy - Time travelling Nazi martians.
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