adjective, sil·li·er, sil·li·est.
noun, plural sil·lies.
SYNONYMS FOR silly
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Origin of silly
OTHER WORDS FROM sillysil·li·ly, adverbsil·li·ness, nounun·sil·ly, adjective
How to use silly in a sentence
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People are standing, many of them masked in the silliest outfits.‘Stupid Enough to Pay’: Tim Parks’s Italian Rail Adventures|Tim Parks|June 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That is the reason that the silliest, the meanest, the most poisonous girl can always find a husband if she is healthy.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
They were cheerful, fantastic revellers, singing the maddest and silliest of songs, with singular refrains and repetitions.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Being out of sorts, and susceptible to the silliest irritation, he would not be able to resist criticising the addressing.Prose Fancies|Richard Le Gallienne
But of all silly things in the world, the silliest is a present that is not wanted.Sybil|Benjamin Disraeli
But I do think that writing take-notices up on the wall about the boys and girls is the silliest ever.Anne Of Green Gables|Lucy Maud Montgomery