adjective, fool·har·di·er, fool·har·di·est.
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OTHER WORDS FROM foolhardyfool·har·di·ly, adverbfool·har·di·ness, noun
How to use foolhardy in a sentence
They are now doomed to a lifetime's torment, reminded of their foolhardiness every time someone tries to call.
To enter into a struggle with a King of the French was, for the city of Laon, an act of almost insane foolhardiness.
At the bottom of all he says about his foolhardiness in Dalmatia there lurks a proud self-satisfaction.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first|Count Carlo Gozzi
Similarly courage is a mean between foolhardiness and rashness on the side of excess, and cowardice on the side of defect.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
No less gracious was the kindly fortune that shielded those whom duty, caprice, or foolhardiness brought into the streets.The Siege of Kimberley|T. Phelan
Your foolhardiness appals me, and heaven knows, I never expected that I should be in a position to call you foolhardy.The Angel of Terror|Edgar Wallace