Did you possibly mean silliest?
- n. Plural form of silly.
“It is an interesting observation on the ways of the media that, given one of the "sillies" like the bent cucumber regulations, they all pile in but, when the EU fouls up big time, they are silent.”
“Every society has it's share of fools who don't have sense enough to do what is best for themselves, and as part of it's responsibility to all its citizens, societies often impose rules and regulations to save the "sillies" from themselves.”
“True to form, the "sillies" always bit#h, moan and complain!”
“I see you are like Dick — always with a string on your compliments, and lo, when we poor sillies start to nibble, back goes the compliment dragging at the end of the string.”
“The event was discussion style, and as Badar and Rabia the two hosts prodded and poked the audience into speaking, more and more voices came out to talk about twitter, micro blogging, its good and bad points, how it affects privacy coupled with a few sillies like stalking and terrorists using twitter thrown in.”
“The reading of good poetry also helps that part of the mind that uses language to limber up, relax a bitit's akin to shaking your sillies out, in the terms of that children's song.”
“When Tony got the sillies, I've always thought, well, it'll be fine — until this year.”
“Those are Rockets, sillies! posted by kittenpie @ 10: 33 AM”
“In a Funny or Die clip that will likely cause intense debate in newsrooms and Journalism 101 classes across the country, Katie Couric launches an investigation into whether or not it's possible to "shake your sillies out.”
“She takes it in stride when Colleen's mom, Lavinia, gets the sillies, as she often does.”
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