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Silly may refer to: Places[edit]. Silly, Belgium, a town; Silly Department, a department or commune of Sissili Province in southern Burkina Faso. Music[edit].

Silly | Definition of Silly by Merriam-Webster

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having or showing a lack of thought, understanding, or good judgment : foolish or stupid. : not practical or sensible. : not serious, meaningful, or important.

Silly | Define Silly at Dictionary.com

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Silly definition, weak-minded or lacking good sense; stupid or foolish: a silly writer. See more.

Urban Dictionary: silly

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1) When my baby sister dances around with a pail on her head, she looks so silly! 2) Those guys look way silly when they have all their role-playing capes and ...

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Synonyms for silly at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

silly - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com

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"silly" American Sign Language (ASL) - Lifeprint

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The sign for "silly" wiggles a "Y" hand in front of your face. The movement is a double twist. Sort of like the "hang loose" gesture or the sign for YELLOW (but done ...

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Jul 5, 2007 ... My in 1981 I got my silly on and definitely made a fool of myself with ... Silly of me to think I will ever have you as my guy oh how I love you oh ...

Silly - definition of silly by The Free Dictionary

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Having or exhibiting a lack of good judgment or common sense; foolish. See Synonyms at foolish. 2. Lacking seriousness or responsibleness; frivolous: indulged ...

Silly - Online Etymology Dictionary

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Further tendency toward "stunned, dazed as by a blow" (1886) in knocked silly, etc. Silly season in journalism slang is from 1861 (August and September, when  ...

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sil·ly
[sil-ee]
ADJECTIVE [SIL·LI·ER, SIL·LI·EST.]
1.
weak-minded or lacking good sense; stupid or foolish: a silly writer.
2.
absurd; ridiculous; irrational: a silly idea.
3.
stunned; dazed: He knocked me silly.
4.
Cricket. (of a fielder or the fielder's playing position) extremely close to the batsman's wicket: silly mid off.
5.
Archaic. rustic; plain; homely.
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