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Definition of Foolhardily

Foolhardily
Foolhardily Fool"har`di*ly, adv. In a foolhardy manner.

Meaning of Foolhardily from wikipedia

- believed his surname derived from the German word tollkühn, meaning "foolhardy", and jokingly inserted himself as a "cameo" into The Notion Club Papers...
- opposing faction of progressives, led by Roosevelt, ridiculed arbitration as foolhardy idealism, and insisted on the realism of warfare as the only solution...
- of a Nation, costing an unprecedented and, many believed, thoroughly foolhardy $110,000, eventually returned $20 million and more. The actual figure...
- people they meet". The Watchtower. May 1, 1984. p. 31. So it would be foolhardy, as well as a waste of valuable time, for Jehovah's Witnesses to accept...
- something well is so worthwhile that to die trying to do it better cannot be foolhardy. It would be a waste of life to do nothing with one's ability, for I feel...
- remarked that Guevara took too many risks, even having a "tendency toward foolhardiness". Guevara's teenage lieutenant, Joel Iglesias, recounts such actions...
- father Ragnar was captured and killed by King Ælla in England after a foolhardy invasion attempt. Björn and his brothers, s****ing revenge, attacked Ælla...
- be forgiven for disposing of Llewelyn so casually. After watching this foolhardy but physically gifted and decent guy escape so many traps, we have a great...
- ISBN 9781858290645 – via Google Books. "W****end Wanderlust: 'Fasnet' and foolhardiness in Rottweil". www.thelocal.de. 1 March 2019. Lavigne, Guillaume de (18...
- the virtues such that courage without prudence risks becoming mere foolhardiness. Aquinas found an interconnection of practical wisdom (prudentia) and...
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