adjective, sil·li·er, sil·li·est.
noun, plural sil·lies.
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Origin of silly
SYNONYMS FOR silly
OTHER WORDS FROM sillysil·li·ly, adverbsil·li·ness, nounun·sil·ly, adjective
Words nearby silly
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All I know is that these lads held up my car the night of the Sillies.Dorothy Dixon and the Mystery Plane|Dorothy Wayne
It is just this lot of flatterers and sillies that are ruining her.The Camp Fire Girls on a Yacht|Margaret Love Sanderson
This is more suitable for an introduction for "The Three Sillies."Europa's Fairy Book|Joseph Jacobs
So there was a whole lot of sillies bigger than them three sillies at home.English Fairy Tales|Anonymous
What sillies girls are; just like women, always expecting somebody to hand them in and hand them out!A Big Temptation|L. T. Meade