adjective, fool·har·di·er, fool·har·di·est.
- fool's mate,
- fool's paradise,
- fools rush in where angels fear to tread,
- fools, feast of
Origin of foolhardy
Examples from the Web for foolhardy
It would be foolhardy to end the program without ensuring that we remain safe from attack.Bush Era Republicans Letter Denouncing RNC's NSA Criticism||January 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Be it safe, be it foolhardy, Snapchat appears to be on fire.Snapchat: Naughty, Goofy, Ethereal, Permanent or All of the Above?|Winston Ross|September 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Esposito is a loose canon, brash, foolhardy, and possibly crooked.
What if they did something impulsive and young and foolhardy?
“Some might argue that Pawlenty is foolhardy to take the stage in South Carolina with this group,” says the Daily Caller.
His curiosity was aroused; it did not, however, tempt him to any foolhardy act.The Lone Star Ranger|Zane Grey
But his zeal was not tempered by discretion, otherwise he would not have attempted such a foolhardy task.The History of Burke and Hare|George Mac Gregor
It was one of those daring enterprises which if successful receive the highest praise, if unsuccessful are scouted as foolhardy.Vermont|Rowland E. Robinson
Foolhardy self-reliance says, I shall never be moved (x. 6), and the end of that boast is destruction.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 1|A. Maclaren
The boy felt, however, that to hesitate any longer would be foolhardy in the extreme.Don Hale with the Flying Squadron|W. Crispin Sheppard