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devoid of good sense or judgment

having or revealing stupidity

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The foolish remarks made by Bahrain's foreign minister on Iran's civilization, history, and religions are beyond the geographical scope of this small island isolated from Iran, and it's not worth responding," Amir Abdollahian added.
The parable of the five foolish and five wise virgins waiting for the wedding party is a very odd story We're now reading the final chapters of Matthew's Gospel in which Jesus is preparing people for the end times.
The US imperialists caught the noose around their necks due to their reckless military confrontation racket," KCNA cited the leader as saying, adding that he "would watch a little more the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees spending a hard time of every minute of their miserable lot.
He posted: "I wish to apologise unreservedly for a foolish remark made in the heat of the moment; both for the upset it caused and also for it detracting from the real issues of concern of an unsafe contract for millions of patients and their doctors.
It is impossible and foolish, unless you are working with a budget that means you should be trying to win the league, to make aims this early.
THE property boss who accused department store chain Beales of "some type of record" for foolish behaviour when it ejected his representative from the board, is poised to buy the business in a cut price takeover.
I was foolish to accept the premise of the question.
We'll reach out the hand of friendship to everyone in Scotland - political parties, people in the No campaign, even businesses foolish enough to be gulled into the Prime Minister's last ditch desperate campaign of scaremongering.
The Foolish Dandelion" is a modern teaching fable about learning to make wise choices.
Idle Dreams BEING young and foolish is the prerogative Of youth, Time has not provided the understanding Of adulthood, You live in hope, and hope as always a False-friend, A shadow that goes before you, that is lost In darkness, Living passes you by, the here and now yet To become memories, We suffer remorse as we age, something the Young are free from, In the evening of life, time is as vital as the Air that we breathe, The shadow lengthens, the dying light flickers, Life's challenge lost, Naked when entering this world, it exposes us To the humility of being, To the young, We of many years have had our time, They have yet to live, Being young and foolish has great merit when Viewed by those who are not, Yet the shadow remains with young and old Forever among those idle dreams.
To make 2013 your best ever year, to reach goats that may look impossible, you must be bold--possibly even to the point of seeming foolish.
The star tells me she's already started work on a comeback album after the lacklustre reaction to Young Foolish Happy.
It would be foolish to attach too much significance to that result at Spurs - Liverpool had two men sent off - but it is equally foolish to dismiss Tottenham's current superiority to the Reds.
In reply, Mr Green said: "I would not go as far as the optimistic one of his constituents who says that it is 100% secure - it would be foolish for any Immigration Minister to say that every part of our border is 100% secure.
The wise man carefully built on rock but the foolish man casually built on sand.