Definition of Foolhardy. Meaning of Foolhardy. Synonyms of Foolhardy

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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

- personal bravery verging on the foolhardy (resulting in him being wounded on numerous occasions and having his horse shot from under him twice).
- the film aimed to warn children of the dangers of careless or foolhardy behaviour in the vicinity of water, and was shown regularly on tv
- zug des torechten lebens "campaign of the foolhardy company") was a military campaign of irregular swiss forces during the fasnacht
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- selling, carrying, bringing, or taking coal(s) to newcastle is an idiom of british origin describing a foolhardy or pointless action
- robert included in his chronicle a brief account of his brother's apparently foolhardy bravery during the final capture of the city, when
- he enjoys being in the field rather than behind a desk and he excels in undercover work, but he can be "foolhardy, and his risk ****essment