Definition of Foolhardy. Meaning of Foolhardy. Synonyms of Foolhardy

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Foolhardy. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Foolhardy and, of course, Foolhardy synonyms and on the right images related to the word Foolhardy.

Definition of Foolhardy

Foolhardy Fool"har`dy, a. [OF. folhardi. See Fool idiot, and Hardy.] Daring without judgment; foolishly adventurous and bold. --Howell. Syn: Rash; venturesome; venturous; precipitate; reckless; headlong; incautious. See Rash.

Meaning of Foolhardy from wikipedia

- outlook. scott cantrell in particular has denounced the second symphony as 'foolhardy' in the 'cynical' environment of today. the second symphony was recorded
- the paths of the dead p**** under it, but only the most courageous (or foolhardy) ever venture that route. the white mountains form the northern boundary
- nicknamed three kings (in czech tři králové). morávek was known for his foolhardy nature and daring actions. among the most famous are his repeated personal
- taking coal(s) to newcastle is an idiom of british origin describing a foolhardy or pointless action. it refers to the fact that historically, the economy
- himself was caught in the thick of fighting, and died as a result of a foolhardy act of bravado. he was thrown to the ground and killed. the aragonese
- campaign. in 1585, kazumasa, very disma**** by what he saw as tokugawa's foolhardy path of resistance against toyotomi hideyoshi, switched sides to hideyoshi
- soul. the tale may have a moralizing end, with eternal ****ation for the foolhardy venturer. conversely, it may have a comic twist, in which a wily peasant
- wavelet alfred newey 6 11-0 ? ? ? tokay matt hopper 7 11-0 1050 50/1 ? ? foolhardy william macneill 11 11-0 1100 100/1 ? ? bloodstone frank lyall 11 12-7