OTHER WORDS FOR silly
Origin of silly
OTHER WORDS FROM sillysil·li·ly, adverbsil·li·ness, nounun·sil·ly, adjective
How to use silly in a sentence
The idea that they would attempt to spin her nuanced response as politically calculating is even sillier.How Wendy Davis Became America’s Conscience on Abortion|Keli Goff|February 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It would seem sillier still if you were pursuing a figure who has had one or two things to say about human dignity down the years.Dylan’s Candor Gets Misconstrued as Hate Speech in France|Ian Bell|December 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In any case, this whole thing is just looking sillier and sillier.
But it's silly to say that he's not a conservative; and even sillier to contend that he doesn't have a future in the GOP.
Yet 2012 has shaped up as one of the sillier and sleazier campaigns in recent times.
So the laughter of the party grew louder and sillier; the talk more foolish and random; the merriment more noisy and meaningless.Eric, or Little by Little|Frederic W. Farrar
Really, I some times think that the older people get the sillier they are.Wood Magic|Richard Jefferies
The things a girl likes are heaps sillier, retorted Christopher.Letty and the Twins|Helen Sherman Griffith
He was thinner and sillier and more pointless than if he had been real and alive.Twelve Stories and a Dream|H. G. Wells
And she was sillier, poor old darling; her laugh had in it at moments the tinkling, feeble foolishness of age.The Shadow of Life|Anne Douglas Sedgwick